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Paula Abdul Battles Exhaustion And A Snowstorm On Hey Paula

July 12, 2007 12:01 AM by Joe Blackmon

Paula contends with exhaustion, a snowstorm and three different cities
in the fourth episode of Bravo’s new series "Hey Paula," on Thursday,
July 12, at 10PM ET/PT. A big animal lover, Paula’s scheduled to host
the In Defense of Animals charity event benefiting animal victims of
Katrina, but her "American Idol" duties cause her to run hours late,
and the show must start without her.

Back at home, Paula meets with her staff to prepare for another whirlwind trip involving the next QVC show and a Late Show with David Letterman appearance that she’s nervous about. Coming off a red-eye, Paula arrives in Philly exhausted but still meets fans, does three QVC shows and fits in an online chat.

Next stop New York, until a major snowstorm rolls in, forcing her to stay in Philly another night and potentially jeopardizing her appearance on Letterman the next day.

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2 Responses to “Paula Abdul Battles Exhaustion And A Snowstorm On Hey Paula”

  1. melody Says:
    July 12th, 2007 at 6:53 am

    paula is such a workaholic. i luv her so much, she is so hardworking.

  2. M Says:
    July 20th, 2007 at 12:19 am

    Watching her messed up behavior on television SMELLS bad enough, I wouldn’t want to try her fragrance. She blames her behavior on everyone and everything else, it’s a wonder she hasn’t blamed it on the fumes of her new perfume. Or maybe she is just drinking it?

    She is in denial by saying I don’t use recreational drugs, just like Anna Nicole she thinks she doesn’t have a problem if some doctor prescribes it for her.

    The reality show just proves that she is messed up ALL the time. If she could control it than surly she would be able to with the ability to edit it yet they can’t seem to find more than a few minutes where she is able to talk without slurring, whining or bawling about how difficult her life is with personal servants all around her. How can any of them stand to work for her? She could not pay me enough to tolerate her.

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