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Paula Abdul Says There Will Many More Shocking Moments On The X Factor This Season

September 23, 2011 05:56 AM by Lisa Princ

Paula Abdul was disgusted as she and fellow judges had to endure a contestant dropping his pants during the series premiere of The X Factor on Fox, and after the show Paula Abdul says that we will see many more shockers this season. But, will they include any more naked contestants, and how will Simon Cowell and the gang handle it? Check out what Paula Abdul had to say!

Paula Abdul walked out on the series premiere of The X Factor this week, when one contestant decided to pull down his pants, and show all his goods while singing an original tune he wrote. Paula, who almost vomited backstage, talked to The New York Post after the show, and said: “I was feeling really sick, I started choking, and I really needed to get out of there. Something wasn’t right. It was like, ‘This isn’t a real, serious contender.’ Then, when he started stripping, I was like, ‘Are you kidding me?’”

Paula Abdul went on to tell The New York Post that she was disgusted that this happened on a family show, adding: “It immediately turned into being very shocking and disgusting. I felt bad. There were parents in the audience with their kids and seeing them leave the arena was very frustrating.” Paula added that viewers this season will see many more shocking moments, but rest assured folks, none of them will include anymore naked contestants, or contestants stripping down to nothing. Whew, that’s a relief! Now we can look forward to next week’s auditions!

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