January 17th, 1992- Current fiancé, actor Emilio Estevez, calls Abdul "the most beautiful, talented, sexiest woman I've ever met" on syndicated TV's "The Arsenio Hall Show".
January 25th- "Vibeology" reaches UK #19
January 27th- Paula collects the Favorite Female Artist, Pop/Rock trophy, at the 19th annual American Music Awards held at the Shrine Auditorium.
January 29th- The RIAA certifies sales of three million for "Spellbound".
February 8th- "Vibeology" reaches US #16.
February 24th- Paula Abdul performs at the Tian He Stadium, Guangzhou, Japan, before a crowd of 6,000.
Her current Far Eastern concert leg includes gigs in Yokohoma, Osaka, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, Manila and Korea.
March 14th- She is named Humanitarian of the Year at a Starlight Foundation dinner, in Los Angeles, as rumors abound that she is in talks with producer Karen Poindexter about starring in and choreographing a Broadway revival of "Hair."
April 29th- Abdul marries Estevez (son of actor Martin Sheen) at a judge's chambers in Santa Monica Superior Court, Santa Monica, CA. Estevez 's mother Janet is a witness.
May 9th- The well-timed fifth single from "Spellbound," "Will You Marry Me?," featuring Stevie Wonder on the harmonica, reaches US #19.
June 13th- The second leg of her US tour, again supported by Color Me Badd and sponsored by Kraft Seven Seas salad dressing, opens at the Starplex Amphitheatre, Dallas, TX.
June 16th- Abdul leaves St. Luke's Hospital, Houston, TX, after being admitted two days earlier with intestinal flu and dehydration, forcing the cancellation of forthcoming dates in Houston and Oklahoma City, OK.
August 8th- "Will You Marry Me?" charts for a week at UK #73, as she plays sellout dates at the Garden State Arts Center in Holmdel, NJ.