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'The Way That You Love' Paula Abdul: Multifaceted entertainer brings 'Straight Up Paula!' to Bethlehem

'The Way That You Love' Paula Abdul: Multifaceted entertainer brings 'Straight Up Paula!' to Bethlehem

EDITOR'S NOTE: Paula Abdul's show, originally set for Oct. 23, will take place Nov. 23. Paula Abdul, whose “Straight Up Paula!” tour hits the Sands Bethlehem Event Center on Friday, knows the sting of incessant tabloid coverage all too well. In fact

Paula Abdul reflects on dance, offers advice to up-and-comers

Paula Abdul reflects on dance, offers advice to up-and-comers

EDITOR'S NOTE: Paula Abdul's show in Bethlehem, originally set for Oct. 23, will take place Nov. 23. With a three-decade-plus career as a dancer, choreographer and singer, Paula Abdul undoubtedly will perform some dazzling steps — old and new —when

EXCLUSIVE: Celebrity designer Nikki Lund's $15000 stolen bustier turns up on Paula Abdul - and now she taking legal ...

EXCLUSIVE: Celebrity designer Nikki Lund's $15,000 stolen bustier turns up on Paula Abdul - and now she taking legal action against the singer to get it back Designer Nikki Lund is demanding to know how Paula Abdul got a hold of her unique metallic bustier worth an estimated $15,000 Lund, a childhood best friend of Kim Kardashian, said the piece went missing from her showroom four years ago and she hadn't seen it since Lund said she didn't report the garment missing because police wouldn't take it seriously, instead she hoped it would turn up again The 35-year-old said she recognized the bustier when Abdul, 56, was seen wearing it in a publicity photo for her upcoming tour Lund says she has no doubt that the bustier is the same one she made - and told DailyMailTV she has asked Abdul or her

Источник: Daily Mail

Paula Abdul thankful social media wasn't around during plane crash recovery

Veteran pop star Paula Abdul is relieved there was no social media when a 1992 plane crash-landing almost derailed her career, because she feared she'd be considered "damaged goods".

The Straight Up hitmaker previously revealed she had been in the middle of a tour when one of the engines on the private aircraft she was flying in from St. Louis, Missouri to Denver, Colorado caught fire, forcing the pilot to make an emergency landing in a cornfield.

She bumped her head during the incident and suffered a knee injury, but she pushed through the pain to complete her scheduled shows, before withdrawing from the limelight for several years as she struggled to recover from the air scare.

"I wasn’t wearing my seatbelt," she recalled to syndicated columnist Allison Kugel. "I was getting ready to put my seatbelt on, but I never made it and I hit my head on the (ceiling) of the plane.

Источник: Music News

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