Real name: Пола Джули Абдул (Paula Julie Abdul)
Carier start: 1986
Genre: Pop music
In 1995, Paula's third and so far last album, entitled "Head Over Heels", was released. This time, the singer moved towards R&B, which she diluted with a Middle Eastern flavor (this theme is not at all alien to Paula - she herself is Jewish, and her father is from Syria). The album's circulation exceeded three million, but by the standards of previous discs, this result seemed unimportant. The singer spent the next 15 years on unsuccessful attempts to return to the business. She wrote several songs (one of which, "Spinning Around" was a hit performed by Kylie Minogue), participated in all sorts of reality shows, starred in commercials, fought for animal rights and even released a new single in 2009, but this is her success. did not bring.
The singer's personal life also evolved neither shaky nor roll. She got married several times, but all her marriages quickly fell apart. The last alliance with New York restaurateur JJ Torregiani broke up in the summer of 2008.
Paula Abdul has a Grammy Award for Best Video (Opposites Attract, 1991), four MTV Video Music Awards, the first of which, for the best choreography for Paul, she received in 1986 while still working with Janet Jackson, and four brought her the clip "Straight Up". Her achievements in choreography have earned Miss Abdul two Emmy Awards (1989, 1990) as well as the American Dance Awards (1989). In addition, Paula has four American Music Awards, two Billboard Music Video Awards, two People's Choice Awards and two Soul Train Music Awards.