Paula abdul dating history
She won a Grammy for "Best Music Video – Short Form" for "Opposites Attract" and twice won the "Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Choreography".
After her initial period of success, Abdul suffered a series of setbacks in her professional and personal life.
She was also a guest judge on the All-Stars edition of Dancing with the Stars in 2012 and the tenth season of So You Think You Can Dance in 2013, and more recently became a permanent judge for that series along with the Australian version of the show for its 2014 revival.
Abdul was born in San Fernando, California, to Jewish parents.
She saw renewed fame and success as an original judge on American Idol in the 2000s, which she left after the eighth season.
She went on to star on CBS's short-lived television series Live to Dance, which lasted one season in 2011, and was subsequently a judge on the first season of the American version of The X Factor along with her former American Idol co-judge Simon Cowell, the creator and producer of the show.
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"My only problem was how to tell the Jacksons how to dance," Abdul later recalled. It was also due to the success of the video that Abdul was chosen to be the choreographer for the Jacksons' Victory tour. Few members of the band had watched her while she was attending a Los Angeles Lakers game.
before rising to prominence in the 1980s as a highly sought choreographer at the height of the music video era.
The Syco boss said that hiring Abdul as a judge gave the debut season of his Fox show an air of complacency, which had been corrected by the "interesting" additions of Britney Spears and Demi Lovato.
history."With these shows, you can never be complacent.
She was born in San Fernando, California, United States of America to Harry Abdul, who was born into the Syrian Jewish community in Aleppo, Syria, was raised in Brazil, and subsequently immigrated to the United States and the concert pianist Lorraine M. She then married clothing designer Brad Beckerman in 1996 at the New England Carousel Museum in Bristol, Connecticut.