Singer Tiffany, very popular during the 1980s with versions like “I Think We’re Alone Now”, He apologized for losing control during a concert he gave in Florida, in which he insulted the audience at a time that was picked up in a video that went viral, local media reported today.
“I panicked. It is not often that I lose my voice. And I got there and had a panic attack, a collapse,” the interpreter was justified during a video that she posted on her social networks on Wednesday night, and in which she added : “Due to my frustration, I said things that I didn’t mean at all. I love you guys very, very much.”
The apology of the singer, who in the 80s and at the age of 16 reached stardom thanks to her album “Tiffany” (1987), is given after last Sunday she offered an eventful recital at the local Iron Oak Post, in the center of the coastal town of Melbourne, south of Orlando (Florida).
At the end of the concert with which she closed her tour of the United States, the singer suffered to reach the notes while interpreting the song “I Think We’re Alone Now”, and at one point she said to the audience “Fuck yourselves”, as seen in a video taken by an attendee at the recital and which was broadcast the next day by the specialized website TMZ.
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The owner of the premises, Mike fears, recognized the newspaper Florida Today that the concert little by little got out of control, especially at the end, however, she said that in general terms the audience, which almost sold out the seats, enjoyed the recital and in fact sang the song in question with her.
He doubted that the singer herself even qualifies as a “good performance” the one she offered last Sunday in Florida, however she reiterated that “it was not as bad as what was presented in what went viral”, alluding to the video.
Tiffany Renee Darwish, the singer’s real name, experienced success early, at age 16, thanks to her covers of songs like “I Think We’re Alone Now”, by Tommy James and the Shondells, which came to the first position of the list of Billboard Hot 100, or “I Saw Him Standing There”, cover of the simple one of the Beatles “I Saw Her Standing There”.
His debut album, “Tifanny”, sold more than four million copies and from it came another number one: “Could’ve Been”, which was the third single from the album.
In 1988, Tiffany released her second studio album, “Hold an Old Friend’s Hand,” another bestseller and achieved platinum certification.