Paula Abdul struts her stuff for a commercial on Rodeo Drive next to Bigfoot


Paula Abdul oozed confidence as she strutted down Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills for a commercial on Monday afternoon.

While toting two shopping bags from Louis Vuitton, the 59-year-old former American Idol judge rocked a graphic blue and white sweatshirt and black pants.  

In the hilarious scene, an actor next to her donned a Bigfoot costume. 

And action! Paula Abdul looked absolutely fabulous as she strutted down Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills on Monday alongside Bigfoot for a hilarious commercial

And action! Paula Abdul looked absolutely fabulous as she strutted down Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills on Monday alongside Bigfoot for a hilarious commercial 

Abdul styled her laid-back look with black booties and a pair of silver hoop earrings.  

She wore her brunette hair in perfectly straightened strands and a natural makeup look, which included blush, foundation and a subtle smokey eye. 

The dancer has been extremely active on TikTok lately as she near one million followers, with her top video receiving 31.4 million views.  

Filming: While toting two shopping bags from Louis Vuitton, the 59-year-old American Idol judge rocked a graphic blue and white sweatshirt and black pants

Filming: While toting two shopping bags from Louis Vuitton, the 59-year-old American Idol judge rocked a graphic blue and white sweatshirt and black pants

On her other social media platforms, the star has two million Twitter followers and 406,000 on Instagram. 

In addition to using the mediums to promote upcoming projects and collaborations, she typically shares bits of her personal life, both good and bad.

Last March, she revealed the deaths of her two beloved dogs in the same week. 

Raising eyebrows: As she walked around in her normal duds, she strutted her stuff next to one actor dressed in a sloth costume with red booties and another as an ape

Raising eyebrows: As she walked around in her normal duds, she strutted her stuff next to one actor dressed in a sloth costume with red booties and another as an ape

‘I lost two of my precious angels- Tinkerbell and Charity. A big piece of my heart is missing,’ she wrote, at the time. 

‘So grateful to have been their Mommy and for all the unconditional love they gave me for all these years. It’s amazing the kind of love a dog provides- it’s truly a gift from God ♥️.’

The Straight Up singer also shared closeups of Tinkerbell, who appeared to be a black and white long haired chihuahua, and a funny snap of Charity, a terrier, with its tongue hanging out.

Canine tragedy: Paula Abdul, 57, revealed on Monday that two of her many dogs, Tinkerbell and Charity, had died last week

Canine tragedy: Paula Abdul, 57, revealed on Monday that two of her many dogs, Tinkerbell and Charity, had died last week

Paula has had many small dogs over the years, and she regularly shares photos and videos of them on Instagram.

In 2010, the American Humane Society recognized the former American Idol judge for her support of its Pets and Women’s Shelters (PAWS) program, which helped remove barriers for women fleeing abusive relationships by finding housing for their pets.

Paula served as a spokesperson for the program, and similar efforts have sprung up in recent years.

Though she’s clearly attached to her cute pooches, being a dog owner hasn’t been all fund and games for her.

Back in 2007, Reuters reported that Paula fell while trying to avoid stepping on one of her chihuahuas, breaking her nose and one of her toes in the process.

Dog mom: Paula has had many small dogs over the years, and she regularly shares photos and videos of them on Instagram

Dog mom: Paula has had many small dogs over the years, and she regularly shares photos and videos of them on Instagram

Last year, she appeared in the reality comedy film Impractical Jokers, which was released to select theaters in February 2020.

She plays a version of herself in the film, which also featured the cast of the truTV series Impractical Jokes, featuring Brian ‘Q’ Quinn, James ‘Murr’ Murray, Sal Vulcano and Joe Gatto, who constitute the Staten Island–based improv group The Tenderloins.

Their TruTV show premiered in December 2011 and was recently renewed for a 26-episode ninth season.

Their film is inspired by their hidden camera reality game show series and produced by the humor video site Funny or Die.

Staying busy: Last year, she appeared in the reality comedy film Impractical Jokers, which was released to select theaters in February 2020; pictured in 2017

Staying busy: Last year, she appeared in the reality comedy film Impractical Jokers, which was released to select theaters in February 2020; pictured in 2017

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