Clipped From Tyrone Daily Herald
Tiffany Goes Country •NASHVILLE, •NASHVILLE, Term. (AP) — Tiffany has grown up and gone country. The singer, who made her name performing bubble gum hits in shopping malls, is now 25 and trying to carve out a career singing country music. "I kind of got off on a little tangent," Tiffany told The Tennessean, "But I've always been into country music.' The former Tiffany Renee Darwisch tried to make it at age 11 in Nashville as Tiffany Renee. Told she was too young, Tiffany moved to California and'sold millions of pop albums with hits like "I Think We're Alone Now." More recently, she recorded a failed R&B record, was the voice of Judy Jetson in ''The Jetsons: The Movie," got married and had a son. "I'm offered a lot of (pop) deals right now that I'm passing up, which is not helping me financially," she said. "It would mean selling out, and I've done that one too many times. This time, I want to be. fulfilled."