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Does Paula Abdul Have Any Pets?

Tinkerbell and Charity

In March 2020, Paula Abdul shared on social media that two of her dogs, Tinkerbell and Charity, had passed away.

Bessie Moo and Nemo (Dog)


When she adopted Nemo, the rescue, Pet Matchmaker Rescue Inc., shared the good news by writing, “Nemo will live a wonderful life in a Chihuahua savvy home where all of his future medical needs will be met and he will be spoiled and doted over for the rest of his life. Thank you @paulaabdul for choosing to rescue and save a life.”

Paula Abdul

Paula Abdul Pets


June 19, 1962 (62)

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Paula Abdul is an American singer, dancer, and choreographer, known primarily for her chart-topping music career and her role as a judge on the television show “American Idol.”

Paula Abdul began her career as a cheerleader for the Los Angeles Lakers, which led to her work as a choreographer for music videos, including Janet Jackson’s “Nasty” and “Control.” She gained significant success with her debut album “Forever Your Girl” (1988), which included hit singles like “Straight Up,” “Cold Hearted,” and “Opposites Attract.” The album topped the Billboard 200 chart and was certified multi-platinum. Her second album, “Spellbound” (1991), also achieved commercial success with singles such as “Rush Rush” and “The Promise of a New Day.” Abdul served as a judge on “American Idol” for eight seasons.

Throughout her career, Abdul collaborated with several notable artists and individuals. She choreographed music videos for Janet Jackson, worked with Simon Cowell and Randy Jackson on “American Idol,” choreographed for Michael Jackson‘s “The Way You Make Me Feel” and “Black or White,” and collaborated with Kylie Minogue on the video for “Spinning Around.” Abdul also worked with George Michael on his music video for “Monkey,” choreographed dance segments for Ellen DeGeneres on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” and collaborated with Luther Vandross for his music video “The Best Things in Life Are Free.”