Paula Abdul was banged up but was not seriously hurt in a three-car accident involving her Jaguar.
The pop singer was treated Sunday at Medical Center of North Hollywood after complaining of pains in her head, neck and upper body, authorities said.Abdul rear-ended a car, which then rammed a third car, said police Sgt. Al Zardeneta. No charges were immediately filed.
"We don't know how it happened," Zardeneta said. "There are two options - either she was speeding or she was following too closely."
The other drivers complained of sore necks but were not taken to the hospital, he said.
Abdul's 1989 debut album, "Forever Your Girl," spawned the hits "Straight Up," "Cold Hearted" and "The Way You Love Me."
She also choreographed the films "Coming to America" and "The Running Man" and won an Emmy for her choreography on television's "The Tracey Ullman Show."