It’s 2018, but the 1980’s are crazy-knocking on our memories right now, and ’80s teen pop icons Tiffany and Debbie Gibson just delivered the message that this golden era of music and entertainment isn’t going anytime soon.
Check out the photo highlights from the ladies’ breathtaking performance at the SM Mall of Asia Arena last September 15, 2018:
First opening act for the Tiffany & Debbie Gibson Live in Manila concert.
Second opening act for the Tiffany & Debbie Gibson Live in Manila concert. INQUIRER.net and InqPOP! were proud media sponsors of the event.
Tiffany’s entrance on the stage was welcomed by shrieks and screams from fans who have grown up with her and her music. Tiffany’s performance amid a backdrop lighting of neon hues created the perfect homage to the ’80s era.
Tiffany opened her set immediately to an energizing start with her classic dance hit, Radio Romance, followed by some of her new music.
Tiffany (real name Tiffany Darwish) knows how to rock it for her Filipino fans. She performed a medley of some of her favourite hit songs from the ’80s.
Tiffany showed of her unwavering vocal prowess last September 15, 2018 at the Tiffany & Debbie Gibson Live in Manila concert at the SM Mall of Asia Arena.
Tiffany brought down the house with a medley of some of her best hits: Love Is Blind, All This Time, Here In My Heart, It’s The Lover Not The Love, and Could’ve Been. She closed her set with her all-time classic hit song, I Think We’re Alone Now, showing off her timeless heel-slide dance along with it.
Debbie Gibson followed next with an equally strong stage presence, singing and dancing all throughout the second half of the concert. She brought with her her own backup dancers and opened her set with Anything Is Possible.
Debbie Gibson’s energy was off the charts the whole time. She performed hit after hit, including Shake Your Love, Electric Youth, and We Could Be Together.
Debbie Gibson also performed a medley of her own ’80s music picks, including hits from the Miami Sound Machine, Madonna, and Michael Jackson. She also paid tribute to the late Tommy Page, whom she considers a good friend of hers.
Debbie Gibson showcased her gift for music by playing the piano parts to some of her songs. She also brought along her guitarist who happens to be a Filipino. She performed her classic love songs Foolish Beat, Lost In Your Eyes, and No More Rhyme.
Tiffany closed her set to an epic performance of Only In My Dreams, one of her hit songs during the ’80s. Both Tiffany and Debbie Gibson went on stage again for an encore performance of Journey’s Don’t Stop Believing.
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