ROLL CALL: ‘Milk’ Screenwriter’s Oscar Statue Scratched By Madonna?

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Madonna Leaves Her Mark On “Milk” Oscar Statue: Dustin Lance Black reportedly rubbed elbows with Madonna on Oscar night, and Madonna apparently left a mark – on his Oscar! According to the New York Post’s Page Six, the “Milk” screenwriter was in West Hollywood this week showing off his Oscar to friends at a bar. “He was showing everybody where Madonna scratched it,” said Page Six’s source. We love Madge, but we don’t love her enough to have her scratching our Oscar. Dustin might want to send her a bill to get his golden guy buffed!

“Real World’s Pedro Zamora Biopic Comes To Life: In more Dustin Lance Black news, “Pedro,” a movie about “Real World” cast member and AIDS activist Pedro Zamora, written by Dustin will premiere this weekend for the closing night of the Outfest Fusion film festival in LA. Following it’s Outfest premiere, the movie will also air on MTV, MTVU, LOGO and MTV3 on April 1. Find out more about “Pedro,” including who plays “Real World” San Francisco cast members Puck, Pam and Judd, HERE!

Were “Real Housewife” Bethenny & A-Rod An Item?: The rumors continue to swirl about A-Rod’s love life! Following numerous reports that the New York Yankee and Madonna were an item (both Madge and Alex Rodriguez deny any involvement together), a report by The New York Daily News’ Gatecrasher column alleges that “Real Housewives of New York City” cast member Bethenny Frankel was heard bragging about some intimate time with the third base player. A pal of A-Rod told the paper, “It’s not happening anymore.” And a rep for the “Housewife” told the paper, “She’s seen him play baseball on TV, but that’s the closest she’s ever come to seeing him.” So in other words, no third base with the third base player!

NBC’s Best Dance Crew: “America’s Best Dance Crew” crowns a new top crew tonight on MTV (we’re hoping Quest Crew out dances Beat Freaks!), but NBC is also throwing down some impressive with moves with new “Late Night” host Jimmy Fallon. Jimmy challenged Cameron Diaz to a dance-off on Wednesday night’s episode. See who won the head-to-head dance battle, HERE!

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