Abdul's Straight Up Paula! tour continues its North American run October 25 in Windsor, Ontario before concluding on March 30, 2019 in Orillia, Ontario.
Paula Abdul is nursing a few bumps and a bruised ego after falling off the stage during a gig in MS on Saturday night.
If the singer was injured she did not show it, as audience members confirmed that they got the full concert they paid for even after the fall.
Kevin Mazur via Getty Images Paula Abdul was on a stop for her Straight Up Paula! tour when the accident happened.
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That said, this was only the third show of what is her first solo tour in 25 years, with the next one set for Thursday at Caesars Windsor, so here's hoping it's straight up from here. Paula 2018 Tour and Paula looked like she was having a great time on stage, despite going through the embarrassing and painful fall. Chaos erupted moments after she began dancing dangerously close to the edge of the stage.
Paula Abdul has been in the entertainment industry for over three decades and now looking back at her career, the star has some advice she'd give to her up-and-coming self. A video posted on Twitter by another fan showed her closing out her concert by telling fans that she will be "forever be your girl".
"I hit my head on the top of the plane and after that I was sidelined for seven years", she told USA talk show host Steve Harvey.