The dance career life of Paula Abdul Name Professor Course Date Dancing refers to the process of performing art form consisting of purposefully selected sequences of human movement .in California Paula Abdul is the best known for her hit songs and dancing in the years of 1990s and for judging American Idol in the year 2000s Paula Abdul was born in the year of 1962 in the month of June 19 in California. She was the daughter of Harry Abdul who was the owner of sand and gravel business. She started showing her strong passion for dancing and she began taking dancing lessons at her younger age of just 8years.At the age of 15 years she received a scholarship to a palm spring dance camp; she also happened to appear in the 1978 musical film junior high school. When she was still in her school in the college she 2015 she also presented favorite female artistic of the music award with Donnie Wahlberg of the pop and rock in America. The award she won was given to her by Wahlberg. In 2016 it was the first time when Paula Abdul managed to perform a full headline for the last 26 years that she was in the mix tape festival that was in Hershey in Pennsylvania. Work cited Mansbridge Joanna. "The Zenne: Male Belly Dancers and Queer Modernity in Contemporary Turkey 1." Theatre Research International 42.1 (2017): 20-36. Mansbridge Joanna. "The Zenne: Male Belly Dancers and Queer Modernity in Contemporary Turkey 1." Theatre Research International 42.1 (2017): 20-36. Chazan Barry Robert Chazan and Benjamin M. Jacobs "America: Contexts and Cultures." Cultures and Contexts of Jewish Education Springer International Publishing2017 59-82 Club BGSU Culture and BGSU Popular Culture Scholars Association "2017 Conference Program" (2017) Dieterich Chris. "Nobel Laureate Lech Walesa speaks in the Field House." [...]
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