Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Tiffany and Debbie Gibson's Names Don't Combine as Well as NKOTBSB Posted Tue Apr 19, 2011 11:57am PDT by Caryn Ganz in Amplifier

In the spirit of NKOTBSB, '80s pop icons Tiffany and Debbie Gibson are hoping a package deal will put thirtysomething asses in the seats. Costarring in a ridiculous Syfy movie called Mega Python vs. Gatoroid (which has been fantastically documented on The Soup) went so well, the singers are planning to team up for a tour. "We want to journey through the '80s and all the artists who influenced us," Tiffany told the New York Post. That means their biggest hits of course -- like anyone would let Deborah out of the venue with all her teeth if she didn't do "Electric Youth" -- and covers of songs by artists as diverse as Guns N' Roses, Reba McIntyre, and Stevie Nicks. Evidently the duo have gotten the Gleememo, because Broadway tunes are on the menu, too. Fun fact: GN'R's Appetite for Destruction, Tiffany's Tiffany, and Gibson's Out of the Blue all came out in 1987! Funny that punk broke just four years later ...

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