Paula Abdul: Has Man, Wants Baby

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Despite a penchant for alcohol and/or insanity, Paula Abdul appeared to be sober during a recent interview with USA Today.

In it, she talked about her desire for kids, saying she wants them "definitely within the next two years. I thought by now I'd have three grown children."

Instead, she has a possible drinking problem. But we digress.

"With modern medicine, people are having kids in their 40s and even up until their late 40s. In their 50s, they're having their second child," the American Idol judge said. "If it doesn't happen naturally like that, I would always consider adopting."

Of course, it may happen naturally. After all, Paula has a new man in her life - and everyone seems to love J.T. Torregiani.

"He's a positive force that has come into my life right now. Where it leads, who knows?" Abdul said, even stating that Simon Cowell approves of the "great, normal guy" on her arm.

Of course, an interview with Paula wouldn't be complete without a bit of nuttiness thrown in. So rest assured that her dog is also a big fan of her man.

"My chunky dog, Tulip, is in love with him. He pays so much attention to her that she thinks she's the queen."

Sounds like these two might be on the same engagement path as Katharine McPhee and Nick Cokas. We wish them the best, if so.


Paula Abdul Biography

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Paula Abdul is a former pop star who rose to fame in the 1980s and 1990s with hits such as "Opposites Attract," "Forever Your Girl" and... More »
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Paula Abdul Quotes

Brooke White's tears come from the authentic, good soul that she is. Her heart was breaking because she was overwhelmed with the experience she had with the show and the gift that it brought.

Paula Abdul [after Brooke White was eliminated on season seven]

The producers come up to us in the dark and said, 'We are not going to have you guys judge after each performer, we are going to have all the performers go once, then twice and at the end critique them.'

Paula Abdul [on her mistake of judging an American Idol performance that hadn't taken place]