MIAMI (CBSMiami) – South Florida was simply sizzling with celebrities as they attended all kinds of events from tennis matches to music smashes and birthday bashes.
Celebrity photographer Seth Browarnik captured the celebs on camera as they traveled around town.READ MORE: Man Held Without Bond In Killing Of Baby, Babysitter In Coral Springs
Along with the hits court side, The Sony Open was the place to be on Key Biscayne to have a good time.
Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic were the headliners at the Sony Players party at Cavalli.
“The Machine of Florence and The Machine actually deejayed at the party” Browarnik said.
At an event where CBS4’s Lisa Petrillo was the co-emcee was RogerFederer. He was at Moet Chandon’s “Tiny Tennis” match at the Viceroy’s Club 50. The tennis star and Petrillo played referee.
On the music scene, Cedric Gervais headlined a party at Liv.
Actor Joe Manganiello was on hand showing off his buff bod as was Paris Hilton and Reggie Bush.
World Music Week started out in the water, with Brody Jenner skimming the seas for Sea-Doo. Deejay Deadmau5 helped launch the Sea-Doo Spark at a party at The Fontainebleau Miami Beach.READ MORE: Report: South Florida Counties Have High COVID Levels, Despite CDC Numbers
At Ultra Music Festival, Browarnik captured even more celebrity snapshots.
“This is the good side of Ultra, some amazing shots, including Maria Shriver with her cousin Anthony and her entire family was there. Also, David Guetta performing in front of thousands,” Browarnik said.
It was also a big week for the players of the Miami Heat.
The late-night birthday bash for Chris Bosh was at the gentlemen’s club, “E11even”.
“This was actually his after party,” Browarnik said of the photos.
In Aventura, LeBron James put a new sizzle on Sprite. “It’s the new ‘Sprite 6’ that’s all about LeBron,” Browarnik added.
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