No one likes Paula Abdul

Paula Abdul

In an attempt to raise money for multiple sclerosis, Fox TV put up a chance to meet Paula on eBay with a starting price of $26,000. The auction was pulled four days later because there weren’t any bids. For some reason Fox thought a major bidding war would start.

An eBay spokesperson says, “This sort of charity auction usually makes a mint. It’s kind of sad that nobody wanted to bid on Paula.”

You know what’s even more sad? Actually bidding on Paula. I hope news gets around to people affected with MS that Paula Abdul failed them. I hope next time someone with MS sees Paula they’ll throw a bottle at her. It’s just my luck that they’ll probably miss because one of the symptoms is lack of coordination between the eyes.

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I can’t believe that person blaming Paula for letting them down. What the H— is that??????????? She offered her time for this, it wasn’t her fault that they should have started the bid a bit lower for other people to at least have a bid chance. Don’t blame Paula because money is tight now. And besides who knew about this? I never heard about it till now! Blame yourself not Paula for not trying to raise money for MS. Jo’Anne

I agree with Jo’Anne. Anyone who had the $26,000 (yipes) for a starting bid probably already knows many celebrities. If they had started it down in the range of normal humans, I’m sure they would have had plenty of takers.


Not everyone has 26,000 to blow on meeting someone who they would love to meet but can’t afford. Its terrible to say no one likes her when the truth is everyone would probably love to meet with her. She’s a star and you would almost have to be a star yourself to be able to spend that kind of money. Shame on the news report.

Dean Burke

It was an auction for the wealthy, not me. I might give $26.00 to see american idol and donate to a good cause. But to pay to meet Paula? Let me check my calander and is she picking up the ticket for the meal. How about $36.00 and I get to call Randy dog?

Michael Smith
I am outraged and appalled by the comments made about people who have Multiple Sclerosis (MS). I have been diagnosed with MS for 18 years and still function as a contributing member of society. Thus, the bottle throwing comment is a stereotypical response by an ignorant writer. People with MS have varying degrees of the illness. Not all of us end up in wheelchairs or relegated to long term care facilities. Some of us are still well attuned to participate in a variety of activities, thus the portrayal is clearly inappropriate and out of scale with what really occurs with… Read more »

Jesus Christ, man, take a joke. The ignorance lies only in yourself if you think your diatribe is going to have any impact on the writer of that comment. Hello!!!

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