“Curb Your Enthusiasm” returns… Kanye West is going on tour… Kevin Hart’s home broken into… Will Justin Bieber avoid a lawsuit?… Amber Heard is planning to take the stand
HBO has announced that “Curb Your Enthusiasm” is coming back for a ninth season! The show ran from 2000 to 2011, but when it went off the air, they never declared it to be officially over. In fact, there was talk of doing another season in 2014 but for whatever reason, that didn’t happen. As far as this ninth season, there’s no word yet on when it might air or how many episodes there might be.
Kanye West is hitting the road for the first time in 3 years. The Saint Pablo Tour kicks off August 25 in Indianapolis and will include more than 30 stops, including NY, LA, Dallas, Philadelphia, Nashville, Chicago, DC and Miami. The tour wraps up October 29 in Las Vegas. Tickets go on sale to the general public this Saturday.
Kevin Hart and his family returned home from a trip to Miami Monday and found their back door pried open. Thieves had broken into their home in Tarzana and stole half a million dollars worth of watches, jewelry, clothing and other personal items. The thieves had to get past not one, but two security gates in the neighborhood, but police say it doesn’t look like an inside job. Police are checking security camera footage for leads.
That 6’5” guy Justin Bieber took a swing at in Cleveland wants to sit down with Justin face-to-face and hopefully avoid a lawsuit. Lamont Richmond says he was with a couple girls who asked Justin if they could take a picture with him and he said no. I guess they didn’t get the memo on his new “no pictures” rule. So Lamont said he asked Justin, “What the hell is wrong with you?!” and things escalated from there. Since then, Lamont says he’s gotten death threats from rabid Beliebers and lost his job. He believes that he and Justin can resolve this man-to-man but if that doesn’t happen, there could be a lawsuit.
Amber Heard is being prepped by her attorney before she takes the stand in her restraining order hearing against Johnny Depp on Friday. An attorney not representing either spouse told E! News that this is common procedure because “the last thing you want is for your client to be surprised at a question, to get flustered. You want to ask every possible question that could possibly be asked that way your client is not thrown off-guard.” We’re not sure if Johnny will be there for the hearing, but we do know Amber’s attorney has requested that. If Johnny does show up, he most like will be advised to plead the fifth and remain silent. Again, this is common procedure because there is an allegation of a criminal charge.