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Thursday, May 31, 2007

Page Six of New York Post obtain an audio tape where “American Idol” judge Paula Abdul is caught having a meltdown during a discussion.

During the conference call she is complaining of being treated with no respect from the "people who are supposed to be taking care of things." She reveals also that she is having some medical problems.
Paula Abdul is saying on tape through the tears: "I've never been treated this way and I've never seen anybody treated this way. This is just too much to stomach." Abdul is assured by those hearing her wails, "You will be treated better starting right now."
"I've been going through tremendous amounts of a difficult time," said Abdul, who recently fibbed to her fans when she said she hurt her nose tripping over her Chihuahua. (We reported the real story last week - that Abdul threw a glass against the wall and a shard of it cut her face.)

"I do a call-in every week for OK! Magazine on 'American Idol.' Because of my brilliant job, they want to do a cover on me. I'm being told by Howard Bragman that I'm too old and no one will ever want to do a cover.
"I'm being tested. All I've ever wanted in my life is to be treated fairly and be treated with kindness. And I've never in my entire career been treated this way. The people who are supposed to take care of these things do not. I have to clean up after them everywhere they go. And I'm tired of it.
"Howard Bragman on Monday - he did some disgusting behavior. I had to go to Jimmy Kimmel," Abdul is heard sobbing, "with no publicist there. [Abdul appeared on Kimmel's show on May 15.] I go on with no publicist there and I pay this man . . .
"I don't understand how this man can call me a whining bitch. I've never in my life been called a whining bitch and a loser."

Well, it seems that life is not that pink for some people that we thing they have no worries into their life. For everybody their problems are the serious ones no matter if in this world some people deal with problem after problem, which seem to have no end.

Each of us feels that our problems are the biggest problems no matter what, and it’s true. We suffer in our unique way and nobody can make us feel better.