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Paula Abdul

Read through the most famous quotes from Paula Abdul

You could sing us the phone book and we would still love you.

— Paula Abdul

#paula #love

Break the rules, stand apart, ignore your head, and follow your heart,

— Paula Abdul

#inspirational #success #inspirational

Life truly is precious. Gather every moment of it into your arms & embrace it.

— Paula Abdul

#explore #explore-fears #inspirational #life #life-quotes

I'm happily single.

— Paula Abdul

#i #single

Find fitness with fun dancing. It is fun and makes you forget about the dreaded exercise.

— Paula Abdul

#about #dancing #dreaded #exercise #find

Not only do I never lie, I never respond to lies, no matter how vicious, no matter how hurtful.

— Paula Abdul

#hurtful #i #lie #lies #matter

Can you imagine Simon as a kid? His imaginary friends probably never wanted to play with him.

— Paula Abdul

#him #his #imaginary #imagine #kid

America fell in love with the innocence of a kid who just was honest, saying, I did the best I could, and I had no formal training.

— Paula Abdul

#best #could #did #fell #formal

If they're singing about heartbreak, they've lived it.

— Paula Abdul

#heartbreak #lived #singing

All my life I have been taught to take the high road and never to dignify salacious or false accusations and I have been taught never, never to lie.

— Paula Abdul

#false #high #i #lie #life

About Paula Abdul

Paula Abdul Quotes

Did you know about Paula Abdul?

In 1995 Abdul released a dance workout video entitled Paula Abdul's Get Up and Dance! (re-released on DVD in 2003) a fast-paced hip-hop style workout. " Paula's first QVC appearance resulted in 15 sellouts of her first jewelry collection involving more than 34000 pieces. Abdul served as the choreographer for several film and theater productions including the 1998 musical Reefer Madness and the cheerleading scenes in the 1999 film American Beauty (Paula Abdul had previously also choreographed the 1991 film The Doors).

She was also a guest judge on the All-Star edition of Dancing with the Stars in 2012. Abdul later scored a string of pop music hits in the late 1980s and early 1990s. After her initial period of success Abdul suffered a series of setbacks in her professional and personal life.

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