Children of the '80s, Tiffany is calling.
The former pop princess, 46, doesn't play malls anymore, and three decades after her I Think We're Alone Now success, she's refined her act to an energetic mix of past and present. Expect less of a Casio backbeat, a bit more of a country take on her classic hits and some of her new material.
Ahead of her Sunday show at the intimate Jaeb Theater at the David A. Straz Jr. Center for the Performing Arts in Tampa, Tiffany (Darwish is her unnecessary last name) took the time to answer some questions. We talked about the death of malls, Debbie Gibson and a 2008 documentary I Think We're Alone Now (a must-watch) about obsessive fans.
For more of Ellen E. Clarke's interview with Tiffany, click here.