Best: Paula Abdul’s moment of confusion on ‘American Idol’

<b>Best: <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB000004" title="Paula Abdul" href="/topic/entertainment/music/paula-abdul-PECLB000004.topic">Paula Abdul</a>’s moment of confusion on ‘American Idol’</b><br>
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<a href="http://topics.latimes.com/entertainment/people/paula-abdul">Paula Abdul’s</a> wacky demeanor has long amused <a href="http://topics.latimes.com/entertainment/tv/american-idol">“American Idol”</a> fans, but the petite judge outdid herself in season seven, when assessing dredlocked contestant <a href="http://topics.latimes.com/entertainment/people/jason-castro">Jason Castro's</a> performance.<br>
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"First song, I loved hearing your lower register, which we never really hear,” Abdul told Castro. "The second song, I felt like your usual charm was missing for me. It kind of left me a little empty."<br>
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There was just one problem: Castro had only performed one song. "Just on the first song, just the first one," <a href="http://topics.latimes.com/entertainment/people/randy-jackson">Randy Jackson</a> corrected, as the audience let out a collective “huh?”

( Barbara Davidson / Los Angeles Times )

Best: Paula Abdul’s moment of confusion on ‘American Idol’

Paula Abdul’s wacky demeanor has long amused “American Idol” fans, but the petite judge outdid herself in season seven, when assessing dredlocked contestant Jason Castro's performance.

"First song, I loved hearing your lower register, which we never really hear,” Abdul told Castro. "The second song, I felt like your usual charm was missing for me. It kind of left me a little empty."

There was just one problem: Castro had only performed one song. "Just on the first song, just the first one," Randy Jackson corrected, as the audience let out a collective “huh?”

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