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It’s been a while since we said hello to Vince (Adrian Grenier) and the gang on HBO’s Entourage, and when the boys (and Lloyd) return on June 27 for its seventh season, it’s more girls, cars and Hollywood.

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Entourage season 7 news items are quite scarce at this point, aside from the fact that — gasp! — Vince (and Adrian) has cut his hair! The gang was spotted filming recently outside of the Urth Cafe in Beverly Hills.

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Also, Piven, who previously revealed that Ari may be getting into sports/sports ownership come season 7, tweeted that he’s back on the set of Entourage season 7 early this month, which means everything looks good to go for the HBO Sunday staple.

Bob Saget will also reportedly return, while John Stamos and Kobe Bryant are the first celebrities to allegedly drop by. Poker pros Antonio “The Magician” Esfandiari and Alec Torelli are also on board for a poker scene in the upcoming season. Other confirmed guest stars are Carrie Fisher, Jessica Simpson, Mike Tyson, Nick Cassavetes, Jonathan Keltz, Stan Lee and Maria Menounos.

When we left off the boys of Entourage in early October last year, Vince was heading to Italy to film his next movie, Turtle (Jerry Ferrara) was dealing with Jamie-Lynn Sigler long distance relationship drama, E (Kevin Connolly) was proposing to Sloan (Emmanuelle Chriqui), and Drama (Kevin Dillon) had trouble accepting the fact that he couldn’t act to save his life (besides, Melrose Place is almost good as canceled).

On the Ari (Jeremy Piven) and Lloyd (Rex Lee) side of things, Ari was all set to buy out Terrance’s agency until encountering a hiccup in the form of a little clause: that TMA retains its name, of which egotist Ari would hear nothing. Lloyd, meanwhile, got promoted to a real agent.

Sunday is looking bright, at least ratings-wise. Alongside Entourage, Thomas Jane-led Hung is also returning, while sensational returnee True Blood kicks off June 13 at 9pm. The two comedies will follow suit at 10, taking the baton from Treme.

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Glenn Diaz

Staff Writer, BuddyTV