How Much is Paula Abdul Worth?
The music star of the first caliber, TV personality and dance-icon, Paula Abdul is the role model for all people all over the world, who dream to become successful in the area of their interest. The girl, who started from sketch as the unknown band dancer, reached Musical Olympus, passed through numerous falls and downs and till now remains one the most recognizable music faces of the epoch.
Paula Abdul net worth is estimated at $30 million. The star earned money through her career of a musician, later as an actress and TV personality.
She rose to fame in 1988, when she released her debut album “Forever Your Girl”. Around that time Abdul presented music video to the main single of the album. The video, mostly made in white-black colors, presented slim and light Paula, who taught a small girl to dance. Abdul looked so hot, making all those dance movements, and impressed the viewers with her strong crystal voice.
The album was ranked as platinum and Paula Abdul enjoyed her first really high income.
After that the singer Paula Abdul released two other albums. Her wealth grew like mushrooms after rain, but like many other stars, Paula couldn’t bear the burden of public attention and responsibility of an A list celebrity. She made one mistake after another, experimented with drugs and lost the interest of the audience.
After that Paula Abdul stayed several years in a shadow. The star’s net worth decreased from year to year. She still got some income from her albums selling and appeared in a number of movies and TV series, like “Spin City”, “The Waiting Game” and some others.
The next wave, which had returned Paula Abdul to stardom and had brought her a solid salary, was the regular work of a judge at “American Idol”. The talent show, which gave the world several modern music stars, like Kelly Clarkson and Carrie Underwood, revived Paula Abdul’s career. Her salary of American Idol judge was estimated at $2, 5 million.
Unfortunately, Paula Abdul was fired from the show after its 8th season and was replaced by Ellen DeGeneres. She demanded $20 million for her comeback, but producers didn’t agree to pay.
Now Paula Abdul participates in other talent shows and has returned to music career.