Eighties singer Tiffany swears at fans during awkward I Think We’re Alone Now gig

Tiffany was performing in Florida
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The star was singing hoarsely
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Tiffany seems to be in the middle of her Shadows tour, which started at the end of October Suquamish, Washington.

Hopefully, her voice returns by her next show on November 28 in Jacksonville, Florida.

I Think We're Alone Now is her cover of Tommy Hames and the Shondells song. Her version spent two weeks at number one on The Billboard Hot 100 list.

Her fans tried to sing with her
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The star rose to fame in the 80s
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Since rising to fame in the late 1980s, the star has constantly been releasing albums.

However, only her first two – Tiffany and Hold An Old Friend's Hand – reached the top 20s in the music charts.

Tiffany previously discussed how covering I Think We're Alone Now came about.

She originally never 'thought about recording it' an old some from 20 years before, but thankfully changed her mind.

The singer told Classic Pop in 2018 : "When I heard it I was really disappointed, but I took it home to learn and, while I was in my bedroom, practising, my girlfriends walked in and immediately started jumping around and singing the song.

I Think We're Alone Now was at number one for two weeks
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“So, as they all loved it, I agreed to go into the studio to record it… it all started from there. I had so many people compliment me on the song. Everyone seemed to love it and I got to see how much happiness it brought to everybody.

"Before I knew it, it was a single and we were rolling.”

She also spoke to Closer last year where she opened up about her rise to stardom at such a young age.

"Fame is a trip, and the highs and lows affect you no matter what age you enter into it," she said.

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