Paula Abdul is doing something fun for her upcoming birthday. The "Rush Rush" singer told Entertainment Tonight that she has planned "something big" for when she turns 60 on June 19. 

"I'm gonna do something big," Abdul said. "Maybe charter a yacht or go somewhere exotic [and] take some friends."

The singer, songwriter and choreographer then quipped, "Knowing me, I'll stay home, be with my dogs. I wanna do something fun and something spectacular."

"Every day we should celebrate ourselves. We are above ground. We are living. We are healthy. You know what? We're celebrating really important things in life," she added.

On the work front, Abdul will serve as a celebrity judge on the reality series "The American Rescue Dog Show," and she thinks it's going to be a treat for her.

"My heart's gonna be melting over the cute factor, of course, and the sweet factor," she went on to say. "I wish I could take all of these dogs home. Honest to God. But I love the categories... The categories are fantastic. We'll have fun for sure. We will be awwing and oohing and oh my God-ing."

The "Opposites Attract" singer will be joined by Yvette Nicole Brown and Leslie Jordan in the roster of celebrity judges. "The American Rescue Dog Show" is set to premiere Wednesday on ABC.

Abdul also told the outlet how great rescue dogs are.

"I have rescued dogs for decades. They're so special," she explained. "I hope that this show actually makes everyone tune in and that everyone adopts a dog. They're magical. They're so sensitive to our human feelings and they make everything better. I can't imagine life without rescuing dogs. I really can't. I have the coolest rescue dogs."

Abdul created a buzz last year when she shared her thoughts about being called "the queen of TikTok."

"It's been so much fun! Doing these TikToks has been like an added bonus of joy, fun and laughter," Abdul told Entertainment Tonight at the time. "I am working with a lot of really talented young people, who are natural-born directors and editors."

As a choreographer, Abdul has worked with an array of individuals and groups, including Laker Girls and The Jacksons. She has also choreographed a number of movies like "Can't Buy Me Love" and "Jerry Maguire."

Paula Abdul Pictured: Paula Abdul attends the “Impractical Jokers: The Movie” Premiere Screening and Party on February 18, 2020 in New York City Photo: Mike Coppola/Getty Images for WarnerMedia