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Tiffany, 50, curses at fans after stumbling through performance of I Think We’re Alone Now

80s teen idol Tiffany, 50, curses at fans after stumbling through performance of I Think We’re Alone Now


80s pop star Tiffany lost her cool after a less-than-stellar performance in Florida over the weekend.

The songstress, 50, struggled through a performance of her hit I Think We’re Alone Now while on stage in Melbourne, Florida on Sunday, heard singing hoarsely and even skipping lyrics at some points.

Though fans supported her by singing from the audience, Tiffany appeared to get agitated at the end of her set, prompting her to scream ‘F*** you’ to someone in the crowd.

Upset: Singer Tiffany lost her cool after a sloppy performance in Florida on Sunday

‘This is my hit,’ the star – who was barefoot – reportedly explained. ‘I’ve been singing it right.’

A rep for the singer chocked the incident up to stress, telling TMZ she ‘lost her voice’ and became ‘frustrated’ with the audience.

Tiffany appears to be in the midst of her Shadows tour, which kicked off October 26th in Suquamish, Washington. 

The star’s next show is scheduled for November 28th in Jacksonville, Florida. 

Rocky: The singer was captured singing hoarsely and even skipping lyrics at some points

Rocky: The singer was captured singing hoarsely and even skipping lyrics at some points

Upset: Though fans supported her by singing in the audience, Tiffany appeared to get agitated at the end of her set

Outrage: rompting her to scream 'F*** you' to someone in the crowd

Upset: Though fans supported her by singing in the audience, Tiffany appeared to get agitated at the end of her set, prompting her to scream ‘F*** you’ to someone in the crowd

Tiffany – full name Tiffany Renee Darwish – first rose to fame as a teen with her 1987 cover of the Tommy James and the Shondells classic I Think We’re Alone Now.

The track topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart for two-weeks straight.

Talking about her early rise to stardom with Closer in 2020, she said: ‘Fame is a trip, and the highs and lows affect you no matter what age you enter into it.’

Her way: 'This is my hit,' the star - who was barefoot - reportedly explained. 'I’ve been singing it right'

Her way: ‘This is my hit,’ the star – who was barefoot – reportedly explained. ‘I’ve been singing it right’

Upset: A rep for the singer chocked the incident up to stress, telling TMZ she 'lost her voice' and became 'frustrated' with the audience

Upset: A rep for the singer chocked the incident up to stress, telling TMZ she ‘lost her voice’ and became ‘frustrated’ with the audience

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