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March 17, 2010

Vivica Fox spotted at Milan

vivica fox, whose last name suits her just fine.After helping save Earth from the apocalyptic alien invasion several years ago, Vivica Fox has plenty of free time to dine at fancy restaurants like Milan, where she was spotted Monday.

Fox is in Washington acting in the play "Cheaper to Keep Her," which is playing at the Warner Theatre.

According to Midnight Sun spies, Fox and a guest feasted on small plates, as part of the upscale restaurant/lounge's Milan Mondays special.

Fox and friend consumed Aragpsta Frittelle (fried lobster fritters), Spinaci Intingolo (creamy spinach dip), Polenta di Pisa (crispy polenta cakes, roma sausage, red pepper ricotta pesto, basil oil) and also Aragosta Pasta e Caci (lobster mac 'n' cheese).


Fox washed all that down with a dirty martini with blue cheese-stuffed olives.

Who said Milan couldn't bring D.C. to Baltimore? Heck, it brought Hollywood to Baltimore.

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Posted by Sam Sessa at 8:47 AM | | Comments (17)
Categories: Celebrity sightings


She's in town a lot. Her sister lives in Columbia, MD.

Mark Twain: for the record, her stepsister lives in Columbia.

I thought her sis was in Miami

Who's Vivica Fox, and why are you reporting on her being in an Italian city? Oh, is that supposed to be a Baltimore nightclub or something?

Vivica Fox from Independence Day

" feasted on small plates"

Is that even possible? Did the small plate feast include the jumbo shrimp?

Why are these comments so negative??? When a celebrity comes to a city (even a B-rate celeb), a good city periodical reports it. If you don't know who Vivica Fox is, just google her. And as far as the night club comment??? The report said she ATE (well "feasted" to be specific), not danced or anything other than ate and drank. And the comment about - "why is Vivica in an Italian city???" - are blacks not allowed or just celebrities in general???

Wow - I was excited to go to Milan when I first read the blog, but after reading these comments I'm a little concerned...
The comment about "What is Vivica doing in an Italian City" - I'm an African American women (like Vivica), am I not welcome there...
Please advise.

ADMIV was making a joke, not good one, but clearly a joke. duh

LUCKY, Thanks for acknowledging the joke wasn't a good one.

NBA Legend Julius Erving aka Dr.J was at Milan this Monday... Is there a celebrity every Monday at Milan?

Vivica is a real nice lady and is welcome in B-more anytime.

Hereby nominating this thread for the Best of the Best Comment Jokes That Went Over People's Heads

Milan and Baltimore apparently has a love - hate relationship.
Lest not go there because it's admissions polices* and pretentiousness but let's report on the celbritities that dine there.

* see "Is Milan discriminating against men?"

Thanks to his lack of spelling skills, I think GDA has coined a new word: celebri-tities. As in, "Please let me know if Jennifer Love Hewitt shows up at Milan. I'd love to see her celebri-tities."

Nice one!


It was a mistake not caught in proofreading, but actually I like it.
It kind of conjures up the image with women their famous assets, with men their famous misjudgements, kinda cele-boobs, like Tiger Woods.

Alas, Lest for Let's no redeeming value.

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