That's So Cincinnati: On the tour bus with '80s teen queen Tiffany. Can U.S. Bank Arena fix be next?
That's So Cincinnati listeners know '80s pop music has been a big topic on the podcast -- and we take it to a whole other level this week.
'80s teen sensation Tiffany invites TSC onto her tour bus for a candid behind-the-scenes chat before kicking off her 53-city Mixtape Tour with New Kids on the Block at U.S. Bank Arena on Thursday night.
Tiffany talks about her meteoric rise to pop megastar in 1987; trying to move on from still being seen as that 15-year-old mall girl; why she posed for Playboy in the early 2000s; bringing back her iconic red hair; and the latest remake of "I Think We're Alone Now."
Plus, Tiffany leaves That's So Cincinnati co-host and '80s music fanboy Jason Williams blushing when she let's him know she can still hit the high note in "Could've Been."
Before heading down to U.S. Bank Arena to hop on the bus with Tiffany, Jason and guest host Sharon Coolidge discuss whether an overhaul of the arena is next on the list of major Downtown projects.
Don't miss our That's So Cincinnati Moment of the Week.
And don't forget: We have a bonus episode coming this weekend as Jason and Paul Dehner Jr. take the podcast on the road to the Flying Pig Marathon. If you're at Smale Riverfront Park on Friday night for Marathon festivities, please stop by and see us!