Paula Abdul doesn’t like her own music video
Paula Abdul's big music comeback is off to a shaky start with news of her reported "disappointment" in the video for her new single, "Dance Like There's No Tomorrow."
The song appears on "Randy Jackson's Music Club Vol. 1," the upcoming album from her fellow "American Idol" judge. It will also be available on Abdul's own forthcoming album.
While the track has received warm reviews, the video made its official premiere yesterday and reportedly has Paula very upset.
"She doesn't think it's Heidi Montag-bad, but she's still trying to pretend like it didn't happen," a source close to the entertainer tells MSNBC.com. "If Randy (Jackson) wasn't involved, she'd be more vocal about it, but she does appreciate the fact that he was involved."
Paula Abdul, a former choreographer and L.A. Laker Girl, is seen in the video performing the song in a sound stage surrounded by dancers working 1980s-style moves. Jackson plays bass in the band, also featured in the video, and "Idol's" Ryan Seacrest and Simon Cowell make cameos at the end.