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Ayeroff recalled signing Abdul to a recording contract years later, stating: "She said, 'I can sing, you know. Here's someone with a personality and she's gorgeous, and she can dance. So she went into the studio and cut a demo record and she could sing." Her debut studio album, Forever Your Girl (1988), would become the most successful debut album in history at that time, reaching number one on the Billboard 200 chart after 64 weeks (where it would spend 10 weeks at number one), and set a record for the most singles from a debut album to reach number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the United States. A remix album, Shut Up and Dance: Mixes, was also released and reached number seven in the United States, becoming one of the most successful remix albums to date.In 1991, singer Yvette Marine filed a lawsuit against Abdul and the Virgin label, alleging that it was her vocals that were used on several tracks from Forever Your Girl, most notably "Opposites Attract".A Rhode Island municipal court judge decided to change all that, and run his court according to the ‘golden rule’, with oftentimes amazing results.Matthew 7:2 (KJV)Judge Frank Caprio, at the age of 80, has become an Internet sensation because of how he operates his municipal court room.He uses humor, shows compassion, and does his level best to serve the interests of both the residents and government of Providence, Rhode Island.He has a soft and tender hear, but a pushover he absolutely is not.During her freshman year, she was selected from a pool of 700 candidates for the cheerleading squad of the Los Angeles Lakers NBA basketball team—the famed Laker Girls. Soon thereafter, she was signed to the newly formed Virgin Records by Jeff Ayeroff, who had worked in marketing at A&M Records with Janet Jackson.
She received the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Choreography twice for her work on The Tracey Ullman Show, and her own performance at the American Music Awards in 1990.Abdul's father, Harry Abdul, was born into the Syrian-Jewish community in Aleppo, Syria, and was raised in Brazil and immigrated to the United States.