A quote from Paula Abdul.
"The whole thing about me being a judge on ‘American Idol’ is, it is the toughest job for me, because I have to think about something positive to say even when they're trying to rise above adversity, " she said. "So sometimes when I'm excited and want to get something out to say, I'll stop."
This little lady has no idea what a "tough job" really is. She needs to get out in the real world to see what a tough job is. And she really needs to stop whining and feeling as though she is "entitled" to anything.
What is it about people who have money or fame (even if the fame comes from just being an idiot) that makes them think that they are entitled.
I have watched 2 clips from her reality show. One was when, according to her, she was fired from the Bratz movie (according to her Reps, she quit due to a busy schedule). And the other was when she was to make an appearance on some show in New York. She and her entourage of assistants were in a cab and due to the bad weather, Paula's hairdresser and another assistant she needed to help put words in her mouth for the interview were not able to get a flight to New York because of the bad weather (not sure whether the bad weather was at the starting city or in New York).
Well, that was not an excuse, according to Paula. They had to get to New York.
I guess the work of God just is no excuse for Paula.
In both of these clips, Paula is slurring her words terribly and ends up crying. She is a train wreck waiting to happen. Thank goodness she is always being chauffered around and not driving herself.
I have news for Paula. She is no better than I am, just better known.
This another one of those spoiled people with money. She is in the same category as Paris Hilton, Britney Spears and Lindsay Lohan.