Following a disastrous Friday night concert in Dallas, during which Caleb Followill left the stage to vomit and never came back, Kings Of Leon has canceled the remainder of its U.S. tour. Their rep says Followill is suffering from "vocal issues and exhaustion," but the band admits that's just celebrity BS. How refreshing! The band apologized profusely, with Jared Followill Tweeting, "Dallas, I cannot begin to tell you how sorry I am. There are internal sicknesses & problems that have needed to be addressed. No words ... I love our fans so much. I know you guys aren't stupid. There are problems in our band bigger than not drinking enough Gatorade." Due to their overseas tour, the U.S. dates will not be rescheduled and the band will refund all tickets. [Fox News]


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Glee's Darren Criss will replace Daniel Radcliffe in How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying. This will be Criss' first time on Broadway, his second time capitalizing on the success of Harry Potter, and the first time I lie to loved ones about my real motivation for seeing a show. [AP]


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Amy Winehouse's rep says she wasn't in the process of adopting a child despite barely being able to take care of herself. He added, "I think [Amy] might have met [10-year-old Dannika Augustine] in St. Lucia, but she was in no way about to adopt her." [TMZ]


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Michael Lohan says Lindsay Lohan's recent partying is "sad and very scary" — much like having a media whore for a dad. [Radar]


  • For once I feel lucky to have limited access to British TV shows: Charlie Sheen may appear in the upcoming season of U.K. Celebrity Big Brother. [The Wrap]
  • Eric Benet, a.k.a. Halle Berry's ex-husband, married Manuela Testolini, a.k.a. Prince's ex-wife on Sunday. They announced during the reception that Manuela is pregnant. [Radar]
  • This just in: Rihanna's hair is brown again. [E!]
  • There are rumors that Mark Consuelos is being considered to replace Regis Philbin, but Kelly Ripa says he doesn't want the job. "He enjoys it once in a while, but he always says he likes being married better than he likes doing that job because he says it would be too much for us. Although, I don't think so!" she said. "I think that I'm fun to be around 24 hours a day. He's like 'No thanks, I'll see you at home.'" [E!]
  • Lorne Michaels says next season won't be 30 Rock's last, even if Alec Baldwin leaves. "I can't imagine doing the show without Alec, but I couldn't imagine doing [Saturday Night Live] without Chevy," he says. "And we're still on the air." [N.Y. Mag]