Fast Track: Kings of Leon is taking a break

A roundup of entertainment headlines for Tuesday.

Kings of Leon has canceled the rest of its U.S. tour after singer Caleb Followill was deemed "unfit" to finish. (Los Angeles Times)

Now that this debt-ceiling mess is getting cleared up, can we please focus on the tense talks between AMC and Sony over the fifth (and possibly) final season of "Breaking Bad"? (Los Angeles Times)

BET has said "No more Mo' " to "The Mo'Nique Show." (Los Angeles Times)

Wondering how Harrison Ford feels about getting shown up at the box office by a bunch of Smurfs? This clip of him beheading a toy Smurf should tell you everything you need to know. (Huffington Post)

Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag are broke after their reality show fame has gone away. (The Daily Beast)

Report: The season premiere of "Two and a Half Men" will feature Charlie Sheen's character's funeral. (Deadline)

Lorne Michaels says "30 Rock" will continue with or without Alec Baldwin. (New York Magazine)

Cameron Crowe says he would consider doing a "Say Anything" sequel. "Say Anything: Dark of the Moon"? (Hit Fix)

Katy Perry's single "Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)" is continuing her hit-filled year and making Billboard history. (Los Angeles Times)

Sam Ronson has gotten arrested on suspicion of DUI. (TMZ)

Meat Loaf has fainted after a performance for the second time in a week. (TMZ)

Matt Damon, in a clip posted on YouTube, defends teachers, takes on bad cameramen. (Warning: explicit language.) (YouTube)

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