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Thursday, 21 February 2013

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Paula told Simon if he lets her return to X-Factor she'll teach his girlfriend Carmen Electra some nifty dance moves.

AVOCADO HEIGHTS, California - Paula Abdul was recently interviewed at The Enchanted Enchilada Restaurant in Avocado Heights.

The 50-year-old dancer and choreographer, who was fired from X-Factor last year, told Vodka Vermicelli with iRumors that she called up Simon Cowell AKA The Royal Dude of Rude and begged him to let her return to his show now that Britney Spears and L.A. Reid are both gone.

She promised him that she will try and not cry as much as she did when she and Nicole Scherzinger were judging on the music talent show.

The former Laker girl let Simon know that Nicole cried a whole lot more than her and that many times Nicki cried so damn much that it dominoed and caused her (Paula) to cry as well.

Cowell reportedly told Abdul that he just got sick and tired of all of the friggin tears that were being shed all over the judges table.

He pointed out that on three different occasions he almost tripped when he stepped in some of the teardrops that had fallen from the table onto the floor.

SIDENOTE: Paula is so desperate to return to X-Factor that she has told Simon that if he allows her to return he can fine her $500 for each and every time that the cries on the air.

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