Kirstin Davis adopts a baby. Cary Grant "force-feeds" his ex-wife LSD. Paul McCartney is getting married, again. And Patricia Arquette has a cyber-stalker. Saturday gossip is ready to become a German citizen.

  • Mazel tov to Sex and the City 2 star Kristin Davis, who adopted a lil' baby! The girl's name is Gemma Rose, after the asexual reproductive structure in plants and fungi, and she basically looks like a baby. Davis actually adopted her a few months ago, but didn't announce it until now in case she decided to eat her. [People]
  • "Cary Grant force-fed me LSD and it nearly killed me," reads this headline in The Daily Mail, and really, what else do you need to know? Actually, Grant's ex-wife Dyan Cannon claims that he really wanted her to trip with him, like all the time, and he was also kind of a moody dick, which, as a story, is a little less dramatic than the idea of a crazy-eyed Cary Grant putting blotter acid on Dyan Cannon's tongue somewhere in the Hollywood Hills. [Daily Mail]
  • Rumor has it that Sir Paul McCartney of the seminal band Wings will marrying heiress Nancy Shevell tomorrow, in London. Little does she know that her husband is dead, according to my best friend in sixth grade. [ABC News]
  • What's it like to hang out at George Clooney's lakeside home in Italy? Sounds like you see a lot of old guy wieners! Skinny dipping is apparently a "tradition" at Clooney's place. "First I got Walter Cronkite to jump in. Then I got David Gergen to jump in. And I used Walter Cronkite to get Gergen to jump in. And I used Marisa [Tomei] and Evan [Rachel Wood] in the lake to get Charlie Rose to jump in." You know what should really be a tradition, is David Gergen keeping his clothes on, always. [NYDN]
  • Santa Baby 2: Christmas Maybe star Paul Sorvino was hit by a car the other day. But he's okay. Paul Sorvino fact: Paul Sorvino is a deputy sheriff in Pennsylvania. [Page Six]
  • Patricia Arquette performed an "experiment," because she is a scientist, and the experiment was "Could a celebrity actually friend strangers and get to know them as a person? Just a regular person. Could you really become friends? Could you move past all that they had in their mind about you and actually show them the real you?" Can you guess what the answer to those questions is? It is, "no, because internet people are creeps." Arquette has since deleted her Facebook account and warned people to "not friend anyone you don't know." [NYDN]
  • Kirsten Dunst has become a dual U.S.-German citizen, thanks to the fact that her dad is... Ferdinand II, Holy Roman Emperor! No, her dad is just some German guy who is in no way connected to the Thirty Years War. [People]

[image of Kristin Davis via AP]