Ever wish you were part of the South Beach social scene?
Just picture it...instead of schlepping off to your boring low-key bar, you could be out taking body shots off of someone tan and beautiful (possibly in the glow of a strobe light). Sure, you'd be a typical "corporate type" by day, but by night, you'd mix it up with the young, hot, and sexy singles that make Miami spin. Your motto? Work hard, play harder.
Unfortunately Bravo can't give you a new life, but we can show you what life is like for seven Miami socialites in our new docu-series, Miami Social. Mark your calenders...Social premieres July 14th @ 10PM, and lucky you, we have your first look. Watch the clip below, and then click here to get acquainted with Miami's hottest in-crowd.
That's funny, because i've never heard of ANY of these people,and not only was i born and raised on Miami Beach, but so were 3 other generations who have been politically involved with the city as well. Viewers, please don't be fooled by their lifestyle. Everyone in Miami is arrogant, and everyone can consider themselves a socialite if by definition it means you just go out and party. These people are no different than any other young Miami resident, and to be honest, they aren't the best looking people that Miami has to offer.
p.s. the Gansevoort isn't all that hard to get into(you just have to dress well).
as someone who has lived in and promoted nightclubs in south beach for several years, i never really see people this old at any of the best venues . . . i'm nervous to watch this show!!
OK... This is pure and utter BS.. Those bunch of morons have no juice in this town. The real juice is in the political scene, not the social scene. They are a bunch of Paris Hilton wanabees. With one exception, Kat does work very hard, and has a head on her shoulders, but I was very disappointed to see that she and Ben are going through a divorce. I knew them way early on, when they were about a year or two into their relationship. Sad, but, --it happens. If bravo wanted to do something really different, it should take a glimpse into political Miami. The stories, the infighting, the wonderfully entertaining mess that it is. The pure, non-political Gansvroot roof top pool crowd socialites have nothing on us POLITICOS! Gotta love this town.
I think this show is a little too late. I go to Miami every year and this year was not the same. The economy has hit down there too and it is more local than glamor. Seemed more places were closed, no lines to get in anywhere. I have never seen Lincoln Rd almost empty with people at 1am.
This people are quite average looking..not what u see in Miami, they are kind of old too. I think Bravo should bring the housewives of miami instead of this BS.
Okay, this show is not going to work. These people as so old and that is not Miami. I think they should have taken another group of people and actually found the real socialite. I love Bravo but I think this is a miss. :(
HOW IS IT THAT THE REAL MIAMI LOCALS THAT ARE REALLY PART OF THE MIAMI SCENE THAT WERE BORN AND RAISED IN SOUTH FLORIDA AND IN THE CLUB SCENE DON'T APPEAR ON THIS TV SHOW?
I'm looking forward to Miami Social although I believe we'll see more behind the scenes as each of these entrepreneurs shows their talents to even be considered the social elite. This appears to be quite a diversified group and I'm sure each one is at the top of their game. I doubt we're talking doctors and lawyers here. These are the people who provide and promote the social scene for the professionals to enjoy. They set the stage for all the action.
The only real Miami life this show has to offer is Ariel. He's entertaining and wild. The kid is the definition of Miami.
I thought the show was great and I hope they continue the series. It is nice to see a show about a group of fabulous people in their thirties.