Paula Abdul Awards



  • Paula Abdul
    • Famous as : Pop singer, choreographer
    • Birth Name : Paula Julie Abdul
    • Birth Date : June 19, 1962
    • Birth Place : San Fernando, California, USA
    • Spouse : Emilio Estevez (actor-director, 29-Apr-92 - May 1994), Brad Beckerman (sportswear designer, 24-Oct-96 - 1998)
    • Claim to Fame : American Idol judge

Paula Abdul Awards

  • American Dance Awards

    • 1990
    • Won American Dance Award 
    • Choreographer of the Year
  • American Music Awards

    • 1992
    • Won American Music Award 
    • Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist
    • 1992
    • Got nomination for American Music Award 
    • Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist
    • 1992
    • Got nomination for American Music Award 
    • Favorite Adult Contemporary Album
    • for "Spellbound"
    • 1990
    • Won American Music Award 
    • Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist
    • for "Spellbound"
    • 1990
    • Won American Music Award 
    • Favorite Dance Artist
    • for "Spellbound"
    • 1987
    • Won American Music Award 
    • For choreography on ZZ Top's video
    • for "Velcro Fly"
  • Billboard Music Video Awards

    • 1989
    • Won Billboard Music Video Award 
    • Best Video
    • for "Straight Up"
    • 1989
    • Won Billboard Music Video Award 
    • Best New Artist Video
    • for "Straight Up"
  • Emmy Awards

    • 2004
    • Got nomination for Emmy 
    • Outstanding Reality-Competition Program
    • for American Idol: The Search for a Superstar (2002)
    • shared with Simon Fuller (executive producer); CÚcile Frot-Coutaz (executive producer); Nigel Lythgoe
    • 2003
    • Got nomination for Emmy 
    • Outstanding Reality/Competition Program
    • for American Idol: The Search for a Superstar (2002)
    • shared with Simon Fuller (executive producer); CÚcile Frot-Coutaz (executive producer); Simon Jones
    • 1990
    • Won Emmy 
    • Outstanding Achievement in Choreography
    • for The 17th Annual American Music Awards (1990) (TV)
    • shared with Michael Darrin (choreographer); Dean Barlow (choreographer)
    • 1989
    • Won Emmy 
    • Outstanding Achievement in Choreography (For episodes "The Wave Girls", "D.U.I.", "The Cure" and "Maggie In Peril", part I)
    • for The Tracey Ullman Show (1987)
    • shared with Walter Painter for The Disney-MGM Studios Theme Park Grand Opening (1989) (TV)
    • 1988
    • Got nomination for Emmy 
    • Outstanding Achievement in Choreography (For episode "The Pits")
    • for The Tracey Ullman Show (1987)
    • shared with Walter Painter for The Disney-MGM Studios Theme Park Grand Opening (1989) (TV)
  • Grammy Awards

    • 1991
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Music Video, Short Form
    • for "Opposites Attract"
    • shared with Michael Patterson & Candice Reckinger (Video Directors); Sharon Oreck (Video Producer)
    • 1990
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Female Pop Vocal Performance
    • for "Straight Up"
    • shared with Michael Patterson & Candice Reckinger (Video Directors); Sharon Oreck (Video Producer)
  • Little Scholars Awards

    • 2002
    • Won Lifetime Achievement Award 
    • Best Female Pop Vocal Performance
    • for "Straight Up"
    • shared with Michael Patterson & Candice Reckinger (Video Directors); Sharon Oreck (Video Producer)
  • MTV Video Music Awards

    • 1995
    • Got nomination for MTV Video Music Award 
    • Best Dance Video
    • for "My Love Is For Real"
    • shared with Michael Patterson & Candice Reckinger (Video Directors); Sharon Oreck (Video Producer)
    • 1995
    • Got nomination for MTV Video Music Award 
    • Best Choreography
    • for "My Love Is For Real"
    • shared with Michael Patterson & Candice Reckinger (Video Directors); Sharon Oreck (Video Producer)
    • 1989
    • Won MTV Video Music Award 
    • Best Choreography
    • for "Straight Up"
    • shared with Michael Patterson & Candice Reckinger (Video Directors); Sharon Oreck (Video Producer)
    • 1989
    • Won MTV Video Music Award 
    • Best Dance Video
    • for "Straight Up"
    • shared with Michael Patterson & Candice Reckinger (Video Directors); Sharon Oreck (Video Producer)
    • 1989
    • Won MTV Video Music Award 
    • Best Female Video
    • for "Straight Up"
    • shared with Michael Patterson & Candice Reckinger (Video Directors); Sharon Oreck (Video Producer)
    • 1989
    • Won MTV Video Music Award 
    • Best Editing
    • for "Straight Up"
    • shared with Michael Patterson & Candice Reckinger (Video Directors); Sharon Oreck (Video Producer)
    • 1986
    • Won MTV Video Music Award 
    • Best Choreography
    • for Janet Jackson's "Nasty" video
    • shared with Michael Patterson & Candice Reckinger (Video Directors); Sharon Oreck (Video Producer)
  • People's Choice Awards

    • 1991
    • Won People's Choice Award 
    • Favorite Female Musical Performer
    • for Janet Jackson's "Nasty" video
    • shared with Michael Patterson & Candice Reckinger (Video Directors); Sharon Oreck (Video Producer)
    • 1990
    • Won People's Choice Award 
    • Favorite Female Musical Performer.
    • for Janet Jackson's "Nasty" video
    • shared with Michael Patterson & Candice Reckinger (Video Directors); Sharon Oreck (Video Producer)
  • Soul Train Music Awards

    • 1989
    • Won Soul Train Music Award 
    • Best Video
    • for "Straight Up"
    • shared with Michael Patterson & Candice Reckinger (Video Directors); Sharon Oreck (Video Producer)
    • 1989
    • Won Soul Train Music Award 
    • Best Choreography
    • for "Straight Up"
    • shared with Michael Patterson & Candice Reckinger (Video Directors); Sharon Oreck (Video Producer)
  • Teen Choice Awards

    • 2005
    • Got nomination for Teen Choice Award 
    • Choice TV Personality: Female
    • for "Straight Up"
    • shared with Michael Patterson & Candice Reckinger (Video Directors); Sharon Oreck (Video Producer)
    • 2005
    • Got nomination for Teen Choice Award 
    • Choice TV Personality: Female
    • for "Straight Up"
    • shared with Michael Patterson & Candice Reckinger (Video Directors); Sharon Oreck (Video Producer)
    • 2004
    • Got nomination for Teen Choice Award 
    • Choice Reality/Variety TV Star - Female
    • for American Idol: The Search for a Superstar (2002)
    • shared with Michael Patterson & Candice Reckinger (Video Directors); Sharon Oreck (Video Producer)
    • 2003
    • Won Teen Choice Award 
    • Choice Reality Babe
    • for American Idol: The Search for a Superstar (2002)
    • shared with Michael Patterson & Candice Reckinger (Video Directors); Sharon Oreck (Video Producer)


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