It could have been so beautiful. It could have been so right. But only in our dreams did we ever imagine this weekend's Syfy spectacular being such a glorious buffet of cheesy brilliance.
From the casting — pop footnotes-turned-producers Debbie Gibson (way too gaunt as the eco wacko scientist) and Tiffany (resembling a Rosie Greenbaum in park-ranger drag) — to the Dollar Store effects to the groaner-laden script ("we're gonna need a bigger gator"), MpvG was a mile-long mess. Not a single character made sense...
Syfy has decided to up the ante in their Debbie Gibson-vs.-Tiffany movie by adding a Monkee, the network announced.
Mickey Dolenz, a member of the 1960s made-for-television band The Monkees, has been cast in Mega Python vs. Gatoroid, in which former '80s pop stars Gibson, 39, and Tiffany, 38, will face off. Dolenz will play a ...
No, it's not 1987, but Debbie Gibson and Tiffany are facing off again — this time on screen.
The former '80s pop stars will resume their "rivalry" in Syfy's new original movie, Mega Python vs. Gatoroid, the network announced Thursday.
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Gibson, 39, who starred in last year's Mega Shark Versus Giant Octopus, will play ...
The April 21 episode of How I Met Your Mother is turning into a wonderful '80s flashback. Already marking the return of Robin Sparkles, the outing will feature visits from former teen popstress Tiffany and Growing Pains' Alan Thicke, playing Ms. Sparkles' gal pal and father, respectively, in a newly unearthed video for "Sandcastles in the Sand," a ballad Robin wrote upon being dumped by her backup-dancer beau (Dawson's Creek's James Van Der Beek).HIMYM co-creators Carter Bays and Craig Thomas wrote and composed "Sandcastles in the Sand" as the B-side of "Let's Go to the Mall," using iconic '80s breakup ballads such as "Foolish Beat" and "Toy Soldiers" as inspiration.With Michael Gross (Family Ties) having guested as Ted's pop and Bob Saget (Full House) playing narrator, Thicke represents the third classic '80s dad to get involved with the CBS sitcom. What's your take? Is this shaping up to be one of Mother's best eps? MWM
In tonight's premiere of Hit Me Baby One More Time (9 pm/ET on NBC), an assortment of ex-stars of rock and pop music take another shot at fame. They'll perform the classic oldies they're best known for, as well as their personal favorite modern-day hits, while trying to shake off that unflattering "has-been" label. Welcome to the very random and wacky world of summer TV.
Among the participants is Tiffany, who also appeared in the original U.K. version of Hit. Tonight she'll sing her No. 1 hit "I Think We're Alone Now" and "Breakaway" by Kelly Clarkson.
"I am a big fan of vocalists," Tiffany tells TVGuide.com. "That's why I'm a big Kelly Clarkson fan. I went to the finale of American Idol when she won [the first season]."
Earlier this year, Tiff saw and heard newly minted AI winner Carrie Underwood sing her old tune "Could've Been." "It is a hard song to sing and she nailed it," the '80s songbird confirms. "Her v