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PAULA ABDUL UNVEILS MUSIC VIDEO FOR HIT SINGLE "DANCE LIKE THERE'S NO TOMORROW" ON FOX.COM
AMERICAN IDOL sweetheart Paula Abdul has debuted the music video for her hit single "Dance Like There's No Tomorrow" on FOX.com.
FOX.com/paula will feature the music video, which includes cameos by Simon Cowell, Randy Jackson and Ryan Seacrest, as well as exclusive behind-the-scenes footage of the video shoot until Wednesday, March 5. Fans can also share and post the video on their MySpace pages, their own websites or personal blogs.
Multi-Grammy and Emmy Award winner Abdul collaborated with fellow AMERICAN IDOL judge Randy Jackson for her first recording in over a decade. The dance-themed anthem, "Dance Like There's No Tomorrow," is the first single released from Jackson's new album "Randy Jackson's Music Club" due this March.
Abdul is one of the most recognized names in entertainment. Her career spans 21 years and covers music, dance, choreography, animation and drama. Her success is exemplified by worldwide album sales exceeding 53 million units. She is a Grammy winner, a seven-time MTV Video Award winner, as well as a two-time Emmy Award-winning artist with two No. 1 albums and seven No. 1 singles. Her debut album, "Forever Your Girl," spent 10 weeks at No. 1 and went multi-platinum, spawning five hit singles including "Straight Up," "Cold Hearted," "(It's Just) The Way That You Love Me," and "Opposites Attract."
Her work in choreography includes Emmy-winning contributions to "The Tracey Ullman Show," the opening act for the American Music Awards, and an Emmy nomination for the Academy Awards. Her award-winning work with Janet Jackson garnered two MTV Video Awards, and she has also worked with Aretha Franklin, George Michael, Luther Vandross, INXS, Heart and Prince. One of the highlights of her career, dancing alongside her idol Gene Kelly in a Diet Coke commercial, was recently inducted into the Coca-Cola Hall of Fame Museum. Her contributions to film include the Academy Award-winning "American Beauty," working with Cuba Gooding Jr. on his Academy Award-winning performance in "Jerry Maguire," as well as transforming Val Kilmer into Jim Morrison in Oliver Stone's "The Doors."
Abdul honors her roots by running dance and cheerleading camps, as well as sponsoring competitions and scholarship programs throughout the country. Most recently she added to her already impressive resume by extending the Paula Abdul brand with new ventures such as a successful jewelry line and a forthcoming fragrance. She introduced her Paula Abdul Jewelry Collection on QVC last year to record-breaking sales and public acclaim and will take the line to the U.K. later this year.