Singer-turned-TV presenter Paula Abdul is unfazed by criticism of her lip-synched set at the Super Bowl earlier this month - because she is convinced she gave the performance of a lifetime.
The 45-year-old’s taped performance of new song Dance Like There’s No Tomorrow marked her first singing appearance in more than a decade – and she was determined to prove she is still a first-class entertainer, despite not singing live.
“It’s pretty funny to me. In the past, whenever I was accused of lip-synching I would purposefully hit bad notes so that people would know I was singing live,” she said. “But at the Super Bowl, they won’t let you sing live for technical reasons. I was singing live over the backing track and I put a whole dance production together. People were waiting for a disaster but I nailed it.”
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