There’s nothing more fitting for a woman who’s currently battling chronic neck and back pain to release a single entitled, “Dance Like There’s No Tomorrow.” At the tender age of forty-five, Paula Abdul has made public her first single in over ten years. Produced by fellow “American Idol” judge, Randy Jackson, the song will be featured on his upcoming album, Randy Jackson’s Music Club, Vol. 1.
The duo went on Ryan Seacrest’s radio show to promote the release of the upbeat, 80s-inspired dance track that although is bouncy and fun, does sound like some serious digital cleaning up over her voice took place. It definitely sounds like vintage Paula, but with Paula barely able to talk without slurring these days, I’m really doubtful she was able to sing this whole song in one session without being interrupted by strange giggling fits and needing a nap.
Listen to “Dance Like There’s No Tomorrow” here.