Paula Abdul's Changing Looks
The trendy bowl cut-sporting Van Nuys High School cheerleader turned pro when she was hired as a Lakers Girl.
She wore some seriously big hair to celebrate Janet Jackson's double-platinum album. Abdul choreographed and danced in the superstar's "Nasty" video.
Abdul broke out with tousled layers and her hit album Forever Your Girl.
She wore a cheerleader-friendly top ponytail to pick up her second Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement in Choreography.
For the American Music Awards, Abdul wore a serpent-themed getup and loose locks.
Her look to launch Spellbound was pure '60s mod-white shadow and a glossy flip.
Mrs. Emilio Estevez made a showing at the MTV Video Music Awards with rocker-chick feathered bangs.
For the American Music Awards, she played up her golden complexion with matching highlights in her angled crop.
She went romantic for the Fire and Ice Ball with a curly updo and shimmery pink lipstick.
The newly-minted American Idol judge flaunted eye-catching hot pink lipstick at the American Music Awards.
She framed her face with a sleek honey-hued bob.
Abdul matched her coral lipstick to her bright blush.
For the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards, Abdul added a playful floral touch to her pumped-up 'do.
A stick straight blowout for Comic Relief.
She appeared at the Grammy Awards in a soft, modern version of a beehive.
For the CMT Music Awards, Abdul had seductive side-swept fringe.
The Drop Dead Diva guest star chose a half-updo for the Screen Actors Guild Awards.
She entered the Los Angeles auditions for The X Factor looking more glam than ever with long, wavy strands.
Abdul hit the season finale of The X Factor with a chic half-updo.