Now that three months of jail time have passed and she's a free woman (sort of), Lauryn Hill is ready to take her show on the road.
A judge has reportedly okayed Lauryn Hill's to postpone her home detention and revitalize her career. Instead of beginning the next phase of her sentence for tax evasion -- three months of home detention -- the Hill will be going on tour. According to TMZ, a judge has okayed her request to first go on tour from Nov. 15 through Dec. 31 to revive her career. The singer/rapper/actress must seek approval of each tour stop from her probation officer.
Lauryn's already released a little taste of what's to come with her new song "Consumerism." Check back for more info on tour dates and locations.
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