Minneapolis, MN - Those worried about the future of Paula Abdul after being snubbed by American Idol, needn't be. After seeing the incredible web success of Jill Peterson and Kevin Heinz' wedding, where the entire wedding party is shown boogying down the ailse to Chris Brown's "Forever," she's started a brand new business. "Paula Abdul's Wedding Dance Factory."
For a few thousand dollars, you can have one of Paula's protégés choreograph your dream "dance down the aisle" to be videotaped and saved for lasting memories. Paula has opened offices in all the major wedding locales, including Hawaii, Las Vegas and Minneapolis, where the whole craze started.
Among the dance packages offered will be "Moonwalk Beneath the Stars" featuring dance moves from all of Michael Jackson's greatest hits; "A Guys and Dolls Extravaganza", featuring Broadway-esque banter and songs; and "Latino Lovers" where the wedding party will tango down the aisles of love.
Those wanting Abdul to personally choreograph their weddings will pay a premium. Paula has already been booked through the year 2015 and expects to make hundreds of millions in her new endeavor, eclipsing the paltry sum she earned on American Idol.