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‘Hey Paula’ will show Abdul’s ups and downs

Viewers get to take a trip inside the ‘American Idol’ judge’s everyday life.
/ Source: Access Hollywood

Get ready world, it’s about to be Paula time!

In her new show “Hey Paula,” viewers get to take a trip inside Paula Abdul’s everyday life, and she doesn’t hold back as she shows off all of her ups... and her downs.

Fans will get to see the “American Idol” judge break down in the seven-part series, which also includes the former pop star getting hair extensions, trying on million-dollar diamonds for Grammy night, and even takes some time to poke fun at herself.

“The last time I had a hit record, Billy and Hilary were having sex,” Paula says on the show.

She also shows off her own clothing designs for her upcoming film “Bratz,” which she is producing.

“A lot of thought… a lot of thought was put into this,” she explains.

Viewers will even get to see Paula lay into her publicist when she doesn’t get the response she wants from the film’s other producers.

“I worked my ass off. My ass off, Jeff! I put way more thought and care into it than anyone could. I have already had it. This is not OK!” she screams.

Paula made headlines earlier this month when an emotional phone call was leaked online.

The tape (said to be recorded in the past week) features an emotional Abdul talking about her health issues, and she also speaks of the poor treatment she’s allegedly received from “people who are supposed to be taking care of things” for her.

She targets former rep Howard Bragman in the conversation, insinuating that he didn’t appreciate her enough, and stated that Bragman left her to her own devices when she made an appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on May 15.

“I’m being tested,” she said on the tape. “All I’ve ever wanted in my life is to be treated fairly and be treated with kindness. And I’ve never in my entire career been treated this way. The people who are supposed to take care of these things do not. I have to clean up after them everywhere they go. And I’m tired of it.”

“Access Hollywood” spoke with Abdul at the Fragrance Foundation’s FiFi Awards last night (she was a presenter at the event), and she spoke about the posting of the leaked tape.

“I definitely feel my privacy’s been violated,” said Abdul. “What goes on in a personal phone conversation — it’s illegal and it’s really appalling. And I’m not gonna make any apologies for a private phone call. I will say this, though: I do believe that as an artist I deserve to be properly represented professionally and appropriately, and when you work this hard to be in the industry everyone deserves that. I don’t feel that I have to make any apologies for it. It was a private conversation.”

“Hey Paula” debuts June 28 at 10 p.m. on BRAVO.