Pop Star Tiffany Curses at Concertgoers
On Sunday night in Melbourne, Florida, Tiffany struggled to keep her performance nerves in check.
After trying to sing through her 1980s pop star’s smash song “I Think We’re Alone Now,” she swore at members of the audience. Listeners can hear Tiffany’s voice deteriorate as she stutters through phrases and goes off-key in TMZ-released video clips. She then takes a break from her performance and addresses the audience.
She screams, “F**k you, guys.” This is my hit! I’m gonna sing it right!”
TMZ’s YouTube channel was flooded with complaints from concerned fans.
One wrote, “Sometimes it’s hard to know when to quit,” There are innumerable musicians who are no longer able to make a living from their profession, but they haven’t yet come to terms with this fact. Tiffany, as far as I’m concerned, is on the ‘nostalgia circuit.’ If your singing is so poor that it’s painful to hear, you should put down the microphone and go home.
“This saddens me immensely,” wrote another . “When I think of her … and the happy times that surrounded hearing her music in the day … I wish I hadn’t viewed this … Hope things turn back around for her.”
“OMG, I’m shocked and saddened,” a third person said, “After watching this trainwreck I immediately watched her 1987 official video so I could remember her during better times. She was so amazing and dynamic on stage. Such a shame!”
Her most popular song was “I Think We’re Alone Now,” which peaked at No. 1. When the 1987 cover of Tommy James & the Shondells’ song was published, it helped launch the singer’s career and garnered her worldwide recognition. According to Fox News, she relaunched her career in 2019 by leading a U.S. tour after performing 55 gigs in 53 locations with Debbie Gibson on the “Mixtape Tour.”
“I never get tired of performing ‘I Think We’re Alone Now,'” she told the outlet at the time. “I was an 8-year-old girl twirling around in her bedroom in Norwalk, California, wanting to be a singer. And it happened. And ‘I Think We’re Alone Now’ led me to success around the world.”