Saturday, November 16, 2013

Tiffany and The Rusty Griswolds - I Saw Him Standing There

Tiffany performing "I Think We're Alone Now" at the 2013 Rusty Ball in 

Tiffany performing "Could've Been" at the 2013 Rusty Ball in Cincinnat

Sunday, October 27, 2013

Tiffany at Boogie Nights @ Resorts Atlantic City

Tiffany at Boogie Nights @ Resorts Atlantic City

Friday, October 4, 2013

80s icon Tiffany to perform at Nashville AIDS Walk

WKRN, Nashville News, Nashville Weather and Sports

Eighties pop star Tiffany will perform at this weekend's Nashville AIDS Walk and 5K Run.

The upcoming annual event will be held at Riverfront Park Saturday. Registration begins at 10 a.m. with the main event kicking off at 11 a.m.

Tiffany told News 2 she is honored to perform at the event that benefits a cause close to her heart.

"It's definitely a cause that's important," she told News 2. "We still need to get this message out there. It still has to be in the forefront of our minds. We have made a lot of progress, but there are still people that are suffering and need money to be raised for medication and prevention."

She added that the event will also be a way to give back and meet and sign autographs for fans.

"I'm going to be up there doing my thing. You know, a little "Coulda Been," "I Saw Him Standing There" and "All This Time," she said, adding, "I've been wooing Nashville since I was 10 years old."

The pop superstar, who has sold more than 16 million records during the span of her career, recently opened a boutique in Robertson County.

Funds raised from Saturday's event will support Nashville CARES, an organization that provides services for those infected and affected by HIV and AIDS.

For more information on the upcoming walk, or to register, visit or call 615-259-4866.
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Saturday, August 17, 2013

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Former teen sensation Tiffany rose to fame singing her 1987 hit “I Think We’re Alone Now” in shopping centers across the country, and now, 26 years later, she’s back at the mall.
This time, however, she’s participating in the Klondike Celebrity Challenge, a social media campaign that dares celebs to perform wacky tasks to get a Klondike bar.
For her challenge, Tiffany stopped by a local mall and decided to sing “in all the places I wasn’t allowed to sing in before!”
Watch the singer surprise unsuspecting shoppers in Klondike’s official video:
Tiffany’s original mall tour, The Beautiful You: Celebrating the Good Life Shopping Mall Tour ’87, propelled her to stardom, but the tour almost didn’t happen.
In a 2011 interview with, Tiffany revealed she began her career singing in clubs as a teenager:
“The label didn’t really know what to do with me,” she said. “They put me in clubs and I was 16 and it wasn’t working because I wasn’t even old enough to be in a club. People liked the music, but it just wasn’t gelling. It was my A&R guy over at MCA Records who was at the mall with his kids one day and looked around and said, ‘What about singing in a mall?’ It totally made sense to me because that was really where I hung out. So it was really easy for me. It created a mean shopping habit for me, but I had a blast with it!”
She added that although she liked singing “I Think We’re Alone Now,” her favorite song was actually “Could’ve Been.”
“It shows that I can sing. That was something that was always really important to me,” she said. “I’m a vocalist. So when I was given songs like ‘I Think We’re Alone Now,’ I was like, ‘I like dance stuff, but I don’t know if that’s the type of artist that I want to be.’ And then ‘Could’ve Been’ came along and I jumped at the chance to record that because it really did show that I could sing. And I’m a melancholy type by nature. I love good ol’ love songs and heartbreak songs — probably because I always pick the wrong guy to date! So I could relate to those songs.”
Watch the original 1987 music video of “I Think We’re Alone Now”:

Tuesday, August 13, 2013


Why Is Tiffany Performing at a Mall Again? Watch the Crazy Video!

Tiffany hit it huge back in the late '80s by performing "I Think We're Alone Now" at malls across America -- and now, at the age of 41, she's doing it all over again.

...for a Klondike Bar.

The singer is the latest to join the ice cream company's "Klondike Celebrity Challenge," where fans dared her to return to the mall circuit and sing her big hit 26 years after it hit #1 on the charts.

toofab has the exclusive premiere of her video above. 

The singer also talked to toofab's Brian Particelli about living in Nashville with her husband, son and 9 dogs, being a child star and revealed if she's sick of singing the same song over and over again.

toofab: How did this partnership with Klondike come about?

Tiffany: I was always a fan of Klondike. I used to have Klondike bars on my tour rider! I thought it was completely funny and wanted to know what fans wanted me to do. 

toofab: Why return to the mall?

Tiffany: The range of ideas [for the challenge] was really diverse, from sky diving to shaving my hair. A lot of people know me from singing in a mall, that's how I got started. So to go back ... I think the true ham in me came out. I went for it and it was a lot of fun.

toofab: Do you get tired of singing "I Think We're Alone Now"?

Tiffany: I never get burnt out singing it. I've done every version of the song you can do, acoustic, even a ska version. Even people now are rediscovering the song and it has its own life. I'm grateful!

toofab: Do you think it's harder to be a teen star these days? 

Tiffany: A little bit, there's so much to distract you. There is no place to hide, people are more in your business now than in the '80s. I didn't have to worry about people outside my home! 

toofab: You've done some crazy things in your career, from reality shows to SyFy movies, is there anything that made you go "No, I won't do that"?

Tiffany: There have definitely been things that didn't fit with my brand. Especially now that my fans are getting to know me as a woman, a mom.

toofab: You were part of the denim jacket craze of the '80s -- and now I hear you're starting your own line. Tell us about that.Tiffany: Ha, I am! That's been in the works for 5 years now. I want it to be in specialty shops, in boutiques and on my tour. I'm trying to keep them one of a kind. I'm actually wearing one of my designs in the video.

toofab: How do you like living in Nashville and working at your own boutique?

Tiffany: Being born and raised in L.A., it seemed like I was always distracted. I never really had my home as my sanctuary. Coming to Nashville, I can do more of my songwriting, people can just come over for writing sessions, it's grounding. And opening up my own boutique is something I've always wanted to do.

toofab: As a SyFy movie veteran, what did you think about the "Sharknado" hoopla? Tiffany: I didn't see it ... but social media is fabulous! There's that opportunity to put something out there and people just start talking about it. You can build a fire. I think it's really awesome to throw something out there and it becomes a bit thing overnight!

For more about Tiffany's boutique, check out her official website!

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Miracle Whip Creates Celebrity Benefit Song About Not Hating Miracle Whip Lance Bass, Village People and Tiffany urge you to 'Open your mouth' By David Gianatasio

Miracle Whip is spreadable, and so is the Kraft brand's superlative, spot-on send-up of "We Are the World"-style social-benefit music videos, which is approaching 250,000 YouTube views in about two weeks. This new installment of the condiment's "Keep an open mouth" campaign, launched last year by mcgarrybowen, finds a delicious assortment of mostly-has-been C-listers (Z-list in Don Dokken's case) belting out a heartfelt anthem that begins: "In this world there's lots of turkey, but also a lot of fear. People making up their minds, before the facts are clear. And when it's time to make a sandwich, ugly judgment rears its head. If it's tangy, creamy, different, chances are it won't get spread." The inspired silliness succeeds because the performers poke fun at their public personas while, against all odds, actually sounding great together. Wynonna asserts, "Some say country is too twangy, and its lyrics aren't too smart," and the Village People lament, "Disco's good for dancing, but not considered art." Lance Bass tears up, and Tiffany tears it up on vocals—her pipes almost steal the show, though Susan Boyle shines on the infectious "Open your mind, open your mouth" refrain. The spot's respectful of their faded celebrity, and everyone's in on the joke, so we're laughing with them instead of at them. As for past Miracle Whip booster Lady Gaga, she's still too big a star for such shenanigans—but given fame's fleeting nature, I'm sure her turn will come.

Saturday, February 16, 2013


Tiffany in  Miracle Whip Open Mouth Anthem