Live To DanceÂ judge Paula AbdulÂ is famous for getting her big break dancing with the Los Angeles Lakers and choreographing and appearing in Janet Jackson’s video, Nasty, before her career took off.Â While her fellow judges Kimberly Wyatt and Travis Payne may not be as well known, they also have impressive dance backgrounds.Â How will their different backgrounds impact the judging on Live To Dance?
Live To Dance judge Paula AbdulÂ recently appeared on television show, The Talk, and dished about her former American Idol co-stars.Â She panned Simon Cowell a few weeks agoÂ when appearing on “Ellen” and compared him to fungus you can’t stay away from.Â This week, she was singing a different tune in her latest appearance.
Former American Idol judge Paula Abdul returns to reality television this week.Â Her new reality show, Live To Dance, premieres with a special two-hour kickoff on Tuesday night at 8 on CBS.Â The show will then move to its regular time slot on Wednesdays at 8.
Paula Abdul of the new CBS reality show, Live to Dance, has some words for those who think that she doesn’t have a brain. According the the former American Idol judge, she is intelligent and her ramblings (or “Paula-isms” as we like to call them) on American Idol were just her being her “goofy” self. See what else Paula had to say in her interview with Julie Chen of CBS Sunday Morning.
In an interview with TVGuide Magazine, Paula Abdul talks about the upcoming premiere of Live to Dance, explains the reason behind those crazy “Dance Domes,” weighs in on American Idol, and even hints that she could be a judge on Simon Cowell’s X Factor.
If you’re hoping to break into the entertainment industry, things just got a little easier, and you have Paula Abdul to thank for that. Abdul, who will appear her own reality show, Live to Dance, has just launched a new website to help people connect with casting directors, producers, and more! Want more info? Keep reading!
Even though she won’t be on this season of American Idol, PaulaÂ Abdul still says that she’ll make time to watch the Fox reality show. What does the former idol judge have to say to newcomers Jennifer Lopez and Steven Tyler?
Â CBS has announced that Paula Abdul’s new reality series, Live to Dance, will premiere on Tuesday January 4.Â The series premiere will begin with its own special two hour episode and then move to its regular time slot at 8 pm on Wednesdays beginning on January 5.Â The series will be broadcast live on Wednesdays starting January 12.
If American Idol can continue without Paula Abdul, it can certainly continue without Simon Cowell.Â This is according to a new prediction by Paula Abdul, who revealed her thoughts on the show, the new judges, and her new reality show, Live To Dance.
Paula Abdul has moved on from American Idol and back to her dance roots.Â CBS announced the host and panel of experts for Paula’s very own reality-competition series titled, Live To Dance.Â Paula will serve as the executive producer and lead expert.Â She will be joined by host Andrew Gunsberg.Â The fellow experts are:Â choreographer Travis Payne and singer/dancer Kimberly Wyatt.