Paula Abdul's Valentine's Day -- Trapped in Boyfriend's Car?
Singer/dancer Paula Abdul had a tense Valentine's Day when her boyfriend allegedly wouldn't let her out of his car.
In a 911 call obtained by TMZ, Abdul is heard on February 14, screaming, "Drop me off!" and "I wanna go, and he won't let me!"
Listen to the call here.
The police reached Abdul about an hour later and she explained it was just a verbal dispute with her mystery date. A spokesperson for Abdul told TMZ, "Arguments with loved ones are often times heated. After the call was made everything was worked out."
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10 Facts about Paula Abdul
Moving to the Top
Paula Abdul made it as a Los Angeles Lakers Girl when she was a freshman at California State University in Northridge. After three months on the team, Paula became head choreographer.
Double the Wedding Bells
Paula was married to actor Emilio Estevez from 1992 to 1994. In 1996, she married sportswear designer Brad Beckerman — they divorced in 1998.
Working with the Big Names
She choreographed music videos for Janet Jackson, Prince, George Michael and Duran Duran.
Paula has scored six #1 singles on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
Paula has choreographed pieces for multiple blockbusters. Abdul created the giant keyboard dance for Tom Hanks in "Big." She also choreographed Cuba Gooding Jr.'s memorable touchdown celebration in "Jerry Maguire."
She won a Grammy for Best Short Form Music Video for her single Opposites Attract. The video featured the animated dancing cat named MC Skat Kat.
Paula runs dance and cheerleading camps, competitions and scholarship programs around the world.
And the Emmy's Go To...
Paula won the Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Choreography in 1989 for "The Tracey Ullman Show." She won again in the same category in 1990 for the 17th American Music Awards.
Love Goes to the Dogs
Paula is a huge dog lover. She has three long-haired Chihuahuas named Thumbelina, Tulip and Tinkerbelle.
'Straight Up' Dance
Her 1989 #1 hit Straight Up was ranked #81 on VH1's 100 Greatest Dance Songs.