These Then-And-Now Shots Of Female Music Stars Of The ’80s Will Make You Long For Pop’s Golden Years

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There can be absolutely no denying that the ’80s was one of the most influential decades for music, and it was undoubtedly the decade in which female singers truly shone. From the first rapper to feature in an R&B song to the first woman to grace the MTV stage, these female artists were true trailblazers. They bagged hit after hit, and some even picked up the odd Grammy or two. So, here are some of the biggest names from music’s golden years – then, and now.

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20. Tiffany

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Pop sweetheart Tiffany was just 15 when she made waves in the charts with her number one hit “I Think We’re Alone Now.” And while most bands were busy playing large venues, Tiffany reached her audience through performances at U.S. malls. Tiffany’s subsequent albums were never quite as successful as her debut, but she is still on the road today.

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