Washington: TV personality Paula Abdul-who moved out of the ‘American Idol’ nearly one and half years back-is set to make a comeback on TV with a reality show ‘Live to Dance.’
Live to Dance-an upcoming United States television reality program and dance competition airing on the CBS network-is different from the other dance shows, claimed Abdul.
"First and foremost, it’s about celebration. It’s about celebrating acts that move forward as opposed to who’s going home. We’re the only show that has all ages - you can be anywhere from 6 to 106. You could be a soloist, duo or group of any size. There are some acts that came in with 50 people!" Fox News quoted her as saying.
The show, which will go up against Idol on Wednesdays, starting January 19, would have its own audience, said Abdul.
She said, "They’re two different shows, and I think there’s an audience for both. [Idol is] a juggernaut that you can’t deny, and my show’s a new show that I hope people are charmed by."