The song was later switched for "Doing Too Much" in December when Ocana secured a mini-tour of California and Texas for De Anda. It was then that she got the opportunity to audition for Clive Davis who signed her for a seven-album deal with Arista Records on the spot."Doing Too Much" was certified gold in the US in 2007.The says the reason that Paula’s husband left was after she confronted him about an alleged affair with a “sexy, middle-aged brunette.” Their source said that the woman “entertained her lover once a week for more than a year at her Wilmington Island home [in Georgia], and on occasion they went out for drinks,” and that “it was no secret they were having an affair.” But has a different slant on the situation from another “unidentified source.” According to their source, “Paula and her husband Michael have never been closer and Michael adores her.” So this seems to be a battle of the tabloids, with Paula Deen the filling in the sandwich.appears determined to go after the Food Network star Paula and raise questions about her marriage to tugboat captain Michael Groover.The album mainly consists of songs about love and relationships and is of the pop-R&B genre.Paula De Anda Lucky Luciano Spoiled lil bitch (Original mix) m/public31908932.
The series features up and coming comedy stars, along with the show's original cast.
Her parents died before she was 23, and an early marriage ended in divorce.
In her 20s, Deen suffered from panic attacks and agoraphobia.
Her debut album, Paula De Anda, was released in 2006 and contained the US Billboard Hot 100 top twenty song "Walk Away (Remember Me)".
Her first single, "What Would It Take" was serviced to local radio stations in July, received airplay from ten radio stations across the country.