SOME NOTES FOR ALL OF YOU TIFFANY FANS WHO
KEEP EMAILING YOUR COMMENTS: 1)WE FIXED THE SPELLING ERROR (GUILTY AS CHARGED) 2)YOU'RE
NOT GOING TO CONVINCE US SHE'S FAMOUS- EVEN WITH HER FLASHING HER BREASTS AND ALL-
SHE'S DRIED UP, KAPUT, SPENT, DONE, GONE, ETC.
In 1987, Tiffany became more than just a lamp
company and fat girl's name- it became the label of a star. Fifteen years later- it's
back to a fat girl's name and lamp company. So what happened to the star?
Well, Tiffany sort of faded away. Quickly. Much like we
expect Mariah Carrey will do soon, Tiffany fell from musical success to musical asterisk
after a series of commercial and artistic failures.
Actually, she was always an artistic failure. But she did enjoy a brief
period of commercial success. Unlike her nemesis Debbie Gibson (aka, Deborah Gibson, now
starring on Broadway) there was no profitable reemergence of Tiffany in the late 1990s.
Not that she didn't try, of course. In 2000 she resurfaced
from years of working retail to release an Alanis Morissette (who
herself is getting close to forgotten) influenced album. It flopped in magnificent fashion.
But you'd never know this by her website. By golly, gee- last year she set the
attendance record for a BYU concert. Wow! Good thing the Smothers Brothers
didn't open for her or some of those kids might not have made it to
the nine o'clock Bible study!
The site, is at:
THE "FF TALLY"
Site Design: 4 Stars- nice layout, but the colors are typically dull.
Site Content: 2 Stars- One-third of the site is Tiffany's huge head.
Self-Humiliation Level: 3 Stars- Her letter to her fans is really quite
amusing. Apologetic, manic, and loquacious- but still not as funny as her huge head next to it.