Tiffany was a super teen singing sensation during the 80s. Tiffany is most remembered as a one-hit wonder for her popular song, “I Think We’re Alone Now.”
Like many young stars, Tiffany has tried to make a comeback, beginning in the late 90s, but has never had the success and cult-like following she gained in the 80s.
So what has become of the one time teen singing sensation Tiffany and where is she now? The answers may surprise you.
Where has Tiffany been? – Tiffany’s most recent album release
In 2000,Tiffany released a new album in the US and Asia. On this album Tiffany ventured into song writing, co-writing many of the songs. It was an attempt to display more of Tiffany’s talents. Fans and promoters were hoping the album would propel Tiffany to her former stature of popularity, but things did not pan out as planned. The album was a colossal flop.
Fans expected much of the same prefabricated music they enjoyed from Tiffany in the 80s. This album was to have more depth and style. It had more of Tiffany’s heart and own artistic efforts, but it didn’t have what Tiffany fans needed to work her way back into the spotlight.
Tiffany’s album, The Color of Silence, met with more favor in Asia and the US and UK.
Tiffany had an independent album release in 2005, Dust off and Dance. This album was not greeted with much enthusiasm or success. Ditto with Tiffany’s album Just Me, released in 2007.
The highlight of Tiffany’s musical career since the 80s was a single release of “Higher,” a single, released in 2007.
An album entitled Mimi’s Kitchen was released in 2008. The limited edition album was designed to drive Internet sales of both the album and Tiffany paraphernalia. It did neither to any notable extent.
It seems that Tiffany cannot find the traction to regain the brief musical success she experienced during the 80s.
Tiffany’s further attempts to reclaim fame
The best Tiffany has been able to do in the US to gain recognition is to show up as one of the washed up contestants on reality TV and game shows like “Celebrity Boot Camp,” “Hulk Hogan’s Celebrity Championship Wrestling,” and other “celebrity” reality shows and occasional sitcoms.
Tiffany’s latest public venture was an appearance in a made for TV movie on SyFy.
Her most open and desperate attempt to regain fame was a photo shoot Tiffany did for Playboy. It seems, at this point, that once Tiffany fell into the unidentified abyss that often swallows teen stars, she has never been able to find her way back to the top, despite even desperate attempts.
Tiffany during the beyond the 80s
Perhaps, it has been suggested, but Tiffany was one of the teen wonders taken advantage of by money-hungry child star producers in the 80s. This insinuates she was used for all she was worth in the music industry and dumped.
Obviously, Tiffany didn’t have what it takes to continue her career beyond the 80s and her teen years. Some stars have it and others don’t. The difference is those who have genuine, viable talent can outlast the hype of being a teen star. Others, like Tiffany, spend the rest of their life trying to regain the fame they once new.
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