ROLL CALL: Paula Abdul Talks The Return Of MC Skat Kat

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Paula Abdul chats with Access Hollywood at 'Dancing with the Stars' -- Access Hollywood
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Paula Abdul chats with Access Hollywood at 'Dancing with the Stars' -- Access Hollywood

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Look Who's Back!: Paula Abdul fans must have been delighted to see the singer working with one of her greatest co-stars when they tuned in to "Dancing with the Stars" and saw that MC Skat Kat make his triumphant return from late '80s obscurity. The singer performed a medley of her greatest hits including "Forever Your Girl," "Cold-Hearted Snake," "Straight Up" and "Opposites Attract," where the animated feline made an appearance. "Skat Kat came out of retirement," Paula told Access Hollywood after "DWTS" on Tuesday night. "He wanted to and I thought it was the time." In addition to Paula's animated friend, the singer danced with a triceratops (yes, you read that correctly), a few puppies, herself, a troupe of dancers and a giant Maksim Chmerkovskiy.

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Check out Paula's impressive dance medley HERE!

Speaking Of Giants (And Since It's Almost Thanksgiving): Check out the trailer for "Jack The Giant Slayer," starring Nicholas Hoult as the guy who climbs a bean stalk (see, we told you it was related to Thanksgiving) and kills very tall people. The movie - which also stars Ewan McGregor, Stanley Tucci, and Bill Nighy - hits theaters on March 1, 2013.

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A Song About Thanksgiving?: Why not take a second helping of Nicole Westbrook's viral YouTube song, "It's Thanksgiving," which she performed recently on Access Hollywood Live, HERE!

Stars Feeling The Tryptophan: It wouldn't be Thanksgiving without a collection of singers singing into turkey drumsticks... thank you Buzzfeed for this odd, yet festive collection!

-- Jesse Spero

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