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2 Dec 2023


NextImg:‘80s pop star Tiffany talks controversial nude Playboy shoot

’80s pop sensation Tiffany caused a storm after shedding her squeaky-clean image to pose for Playboy back in 2002.

Now, more than two decades on, the “I Think We’re Alone Now” crooner is recalling the headline-hitting shoot, saying she has no regrets.

“I love it still,” the now 52-year-old gushed to Fox News about the naughty nude photos.

“I thought it was a great thing I did. People were like, ‘She’s a one-hit wonder. She’s that little mall girl.’ And that completely blew their perception of who I was,” the singer explained.

Tiffany went on: “It was an honor [Playboy] asked me [to pose] and I was very happy with the shoot.”

She then noted how the crew made “feel amazing on set,” even though she didn’t understand what “I was getting myself into.”

“But I showed up that day and there was nothing awkward about it… I saw the photos and they looked beautiful,” she said.

Tiffany is known for hits such as “I Think We’re Alone Now” and “Could’ve Been.” Getty Images
Tiffany poses for a portrait circa 2000 in Los Angeles. Getty Images

The “Celebrity Fit Club” alum also revealed that she dieted before the photoshoot to ensure that she felt amazing in her own skin.

“I was in really good shape,” she continued. “So I will always look at that experience fondly.”

“And I think it changed my audience for sure,” Tiffany said, adding that she always had a female fan base.

However, when her “Playboy” cover hit the bookshelves, her male fan base grew exponentially.

“And they stayed. They could have just followed me because of Playboy. But I converted them to actual music fans,” she laughed.

Tiffany posed for “Playboy” in 2002. Peter Brooker/Shutterstock

Tiffany is back in the spotlight “Ladies of the ’80s” stars icons Loni Anderson, Morgan Fairchild, Linda Gray, Donna Mills and Nicollette Sheridan.

The flick features the five women as they “reunite to share the spotlight to shoot the final Christmas episode of their long-running soap opera,” according to the film’s synopsis.

“These are truly the ladies of the ‘80s,” Tiffany guffawed over the star-studded. “I grew up watching so many of them on TV, so it’s been a lot of fun for me to do this.”

“There was just something special about that time,” she said. “There was more personal interaction. You would meet up with someone and hang out at the mall.”