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‘80s Pop Star Tiffany Reflects on Fame, Mall Tours, and Redefining Success in her 50s

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, jean jackets, and screaming teen girls.At just 16, she earned two U.S. number one hit singles with "I Think We’re Alone Now” and “Could’ve Been,” and set a record as the youngest female artist to top the Billboard charts with her debut album.“There was something so fun about the mall tour and just being able to hang out with people and talk to kids my age,” Tiffany tells Glamour of that time in 1987 before the crowds became so enormous that she was ‘forced’ into arenas. “We [eventually] were getting yelled at from store owners.

So it was a nice thing to say, ‘well, now we have to go to arenas.’”Thousands of young pop fans gather at the Bull Ring Shopping Centre for pop singer Tiffany (pictured center, on a small stage).

Birmingham, West Midlands on January 19, 1988.But before there was ‘80s mall queen/pop star Tiffany, there was young Tiffany Darwish who almost embarked on a career in country music before the age of 10. “My parents were from Los Angeles, but they knew nothing about the music industry.

I was kind of the oddball,” she says. “I just really loved singing and performing, so when I was nine, and my mom married my stepdad, he recognized that in me and was like, ’I don't know what I'm doing, but if you really want to sing, we'll give it a shot.'”Give it a shot they did.

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