Singer Tiffany apologizes for ‘Trainreck’ performance, swearing at fans: ‘I’m shocked’


1980s pop singer Tiffany publicly apologized for cursing fans at an unfortunate concert on Sunday at the Iron Oak Post in Melbourne, Florida.

TMZ took Monday morning a brief video of swearing in fans as Tiffany struggled to sing her 1987 chart-topping hit “I Think We’re Alone Now” during the Nov. 21 show. The video quickly became viral.

On Wednesday night, the pop singer (real name: Tiffany Darvish) apologized to fans and musicians in a two-minute video. Instagram and Twitter, She says, “has been horrific for the past two days.”

“Hey guys, can we chat? I’m sorry,” Tiffany said. “I was horrified. It wasn’t very often that I lost my voice. And I got up there and had a completely panic attack – meltdown.”

“And in my frustration, I have said things I don’t understand. I love you too much, too much,” she continued.

Tiffany added that she was “proud” to “come and bring it” to my shows. “I’d love to be with you and I had no clue about the vocal problem … and I got up there and I wasn’t there,” Tiffany said. “It literally upset me.”

“I’m sorry for any colorless things I’ve said. It’s definitely not the norm for me,” he said.

Her fans on social media showed their support for the singer after Tiffany’s apology.

Twitter users have written @Unicode_Uni: “I have been a fan of yours for a long time and have met you several times.

User @YulunBrentWang Responding to Tiffany’s apology video on Twitter, she wrote: “I’m the first fan of your day, and all these years later, what I want from you now is to be happy and healthy.”

“Take a break, get some rest, we always love you,” the user added.

@Lindz_Jay “All love and support,” sent Tiffany.

Twitter user added: “As a person suffering from severe anxiety and panic attacks, I totally understand! It’s scary and takes the forms of anger and lashes. I know those feelings. Thank you for talking to us and being vulnerable.” .

Iron Oak Post owner Mike Fierce admitted that Tiffany’s performance was out of control – “In the end, it was a train wreck. I’m not going to lie.”

But Fierce says the selling crowd enjoyed her show altogether and she sang along with her “I think we’re alone now.”

“I personally think we can get her back. And I think the fans still support her because, you know, I think she wants to get herself. And show that she can still perform well,” Fierce said.

“I don’t want to say it’s a good show for her. I don’t think she’s saying that. So I’m not going to lie about it,” she said.

“But I would say that being viral is not as bad as presented,” he said.

After gaining adolescence by singing in shopping malls, Tiffany gained pop stardom in 1987 when Tommy James ‘version and Shandells’ song “I Think We’re Alone Now” topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart. She was 16 years old.

Her chart-topping debut album, “Tiffany,” sold more than 4 million records and produced the second No. 1 hit, “Cudv Bean.” Her 1988 follow-up record, “Hold on Old Friends Hand,” was also certified platinum.

Tiffany sang on the Space Coast in 2014 as part of Victory Casino Lines Rod 80s Party Cruise.


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