ROLL CALL: Another Racy Miley Dance Lands In Our Laps

Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans

Miley Trades In Ice Cream Cart For Adam Shankman: Who or what won’t Miley dance with?! So far she’s gyrated on an ice cream cart, and in a cage draped in feathers… and now we find out that we can add “The Last Song” and Academy Awards producer and “So You Think You Can Dance?”” judge Adam Shankman’s lap to the growing list! According to TMZ – which has video of the incident – Miley, who was 16 at the time, busted some of her dirty dancing (including a racy lap dance) on openly gay Adam, 44, at a wrap party for the movie in Georgia last summer. Miley’s parents were reportedly not at the event and when contacted by TMZ, reps for the teen star had no comment. The people who shot the video were reportedly offended by Miley’s dance… yeah, so offended they decided to release the video to the world. See Miley’s dirty dancing, HERE! So what do you think? - way too racy or harmless fun? Sound off below!

Paris & Blanket Hit YouTube: Two of Michael Jackson’s kids, Paris and Blanket, cropped up on YouTube videos last week and according to E! Online, the videos in question are indeed the children of the late pop star. Blanket is seen showing off his Jedi lightsaber skills and Paris is seen saying, “Monkey, please help?” Yes, we’re as confused as the rest of the world by this one! No word on if the monkey in question is Bubbles. See the videos HERE and HERE!

Ashton Kutcher as ‘Batman’s’ Penguin?: With a new “Batman” movie on the way, TMZ caught up with Danny DeVito, who played the Penguin in 1992’s “Batman Returns,” to find out who he’d like to see step into his shoes if the character showed up in the next installment. His pick…“Ashton Kutcher… I would pick him,” Danny said.

Batman’s Understudy!: Speaking of “Batman,” if Christian Bale can’t play the Caped Crusader – we think we’ve found someone who can – or at least, someone who dresses the part!

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