Paula Abdul is extremely disappointed in the new music video for “Dance Like There’s No Tomorrow,” according to a source close to the “American Idol” judge.
“She doesn’t think it’s Heidi Montag-bad, but she’s still trying to pretend like it didn’t happen. If Randy (Jackson) wasn’t involved, she’d be more vocal about it, but she does appreciate the fact that he was involved,” said the source.
The video, pegged to Abdul’s first release in more than a decade, was supposed to launch her big comeback. “She’s really got stage fright and it’s taken her by surprise,” explained the source. “That’s why she had to pretape her Super Bowl spot.”
The net result could be an even softer-than-normal Abdul for the duration of “American Idol.” “She’s got new perspective on what the kids are going through. She’s going to go really easy on them.”
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