Paula Abdul may not be on the judging panel, but that won't stop her from voicing her opinion. She had a front row seat next to Lance Bass Monday night at "Dancing with the Stars." ET's special correspondent Marie Osmond caught up with the former "American Idol" judge after the show to chat about her favorite performance of the night.
Her days of criticizing Simon Cowell are behind her, but the "Dancing" panel is fresh blood for Paula. She told Marie, "I don't understand the scoring system. I think things were a little blurry and out of whack tonight."
She expressed her support for Mark Dacascos and his partner Lacey Schwimmer. She said, "I think to set the stage, this was one of the best numbers I've seen and I'm going on record saying that."
Is Paula interested in competing on a future season of "Dancing with the Stars?" She expressed concern that if she were partnered with Maksim Chmerkovskiy, he would make fun of her dance technique from her background in cheerleading.
The singer and dancer called Donny Osmond "delusional" after witnessing his on-camera smooch with judge Bruno Tonioli. She said of the duo, they "were like peanut butter and jelly tonight."