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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Paula_AbdulPaula Abdul - Wikipedia

    In 2008, Abdul returned to music charts for the first time in nearly thirteen years with the single "Dance Like There's No Tomorrow", the first track on the album Randy Jackson's Music Club Vol. 1. The song debuted on On Air with Ryan Seacrest, and Abdul performed it during the pre-game show for Super Bowl XLII. "

  2. REMASTERED IN HD!!Official Music Video for Dance Like There's No Tomorrow performed by Paula Abdul (ft. Randy Jackson).Follow Paula AbdulInstagram: https://w...

  3. www.imdb.com › name › nm0000716Paula Abdul - IMDb

    Paula Abdul. Actress: Robots. Paula Abdul grew up in the San Fernando Valley, California. She began taking dance lessons when she was eight. She attended Van Nuys High School, where she was senior class president and head cheerleader. After graduating in 1980, she started college at Cal State-Northridge, majoring in TV and radio. After joining the L.A. Lakers cheerleaders, she became head ...

  4. Abdul released the single "Dance Like There's No Tomorrow" (2008) with Randy Jackson, her first single in twelve years. She later released " I'm Just Here for the Music " (2009) the following year. Throughout her career, she has sold over 50 million records worldwide. [1]

  5. nl.wikipedia.org › wiki › Paula_AbdulPaula Abdul - Wikipedia

    Abdul en Randy Jackson werken nu 7 jaar samen bij American Idol en hadden het vaak over een nieuwe single voor Abdul. Jackson, zelf een platenproducer, had begin dit jaar een lied gevonden dat hij bij Abdul vond passen: Dance like there's no tomorrow.

  6. Harry Abdul arbeitete im Sand- und Kieshandel der Familie seiner Frau. Lorraine Abdul war zeitweise Regieassistentin von Billy Wilder. Paula Abduls Schwester Wendy wurde 1955 geboren. Die Eltern ließen sich 1969 scheiden, die Kinder lebten fortan bei der Mutter und sahen den Vater an Wochenenden. Abdul war zweimal verheiratet, hat jedoch keine ...

  7. But Abdul heard something she liked in it, and retrieved it. At that time she was a full-time choreographer, and on the side, late at night she was recording music. The record label did not think the song was any good but Abdul offered to record two songs they wanted, which she did not like, if they would let her do "Straight Up".