THE ROAD WARRIOR: Mel Gibson issuing an apology Saturday for acting "like a person completely out of control" following a report that Gibson unleashed an anti-Semitic rant during his DUI arrest Friday. "I disgraced myself and my family with my behavior and for that I am truly sorry."
FIGHT FOR HER RIGHT TO PARTY: Lindsay Lohan's mom, Dina, sticking up for her hard-partying daughter in the wake of scathing letter from a studio exec saying the actress' antics were jeopardizing her latest flick. Dina Lohan tells Access Hollywood the charges are "ridiculous." Of course, in some cultures, the idea of mom endorsing her underage club-hopping kid's behavior might be deemed ridiculous, but who are we to judge?
THEY DO! (AND DO, AND DO...AND DO) Pamela Anderson and Kid Rock trading vows in the South of France Saturday, in the first of four weddings the couple plans to have before they're through saying "I do." Next up on the Kid & Pam marital tour: Malibu, Detroit and Nashville.
WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM HIS LAWYER FRIENDS: Paul McCartney officially filing for divorce from wife Heather Mills, citing her "unreasonable" and "argumentative behavior," according to British press reports. Mills' rep says the former model plans on filing a counterclaim in what's shaping up as one of the most expensive breakups in British history.
RED TAPE: Officials in Russia inexplicably pulling the plug on an Eric Clapton concert set for Red Square next week. The guitarist's rep says the "circumstances of the cancellation are completely beyond his control."
FEUD FOR THOUGHT: Owen Wilson responding to Steely Dan's claim that the movie You, Me and Dupree was based on the band's Grammy-winning song, "Cousin Dupree," claiming he had "never heard the song" and did not "even know who this gentleman, Mr. Steely Dan, is." "I hope this helps to clear things up and I can get back to concentrating on my new movie, Hey 19," the actor joked.
BIRTHDAY SUIT: It's Harry Potter as you've never seen him before. Daniel Radcliffe stripping it all off for his London stage debut in Equus, in which he'll play a troubled stable boy who rides his horse naked in one scene. That invisibility cloak could come in handy.
GOING TO THE WHITE HOUSE: Katharine McPhee accompanying the other American Idol finalists to meet with the President Friday after rejoining the Idols Live tour in Pittsburgh on Thursday.
BAD NEWS: Production on CBS' upcoming legal drama Shark shut down after the sudden death of star James Woods' younger brother, Michael Jeffrey Woods, on Wednesday, per the Hollywood Reporter.