Why ’80s Pop Star Tiffany Left LA for Nashville: ‘Never Looked Back’

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Why ’80s Pop Star Tiffany Left LA for Nashville: ‘Never Looked Back’

 By Movieguide® Contributor

’80s pop star Tiffany opened up about her decision to leave Hollywood for Nashville.

“I came to Nashville for the first time when I was 10,” Tiffany told Fox News. “I’ve been coming back ever since. I love being out in the country – I’m a country girl at heart. I’ve toured all over the world, and this place has always been home for me. There’s just something about coming home to my little ranch…I’ve never looked back.”

“Big cities are everywhere, but it’s that slow pace of life that I’ve been wanting for a long time,” she added. “Home is about six and a half acres of just greenery and trees on a private road. That suits me. I work really hard when I’m on the road, but when I come back, I love to plant flowers, read books and just regroup…There are times when I go to LA and say, ‘I love the beach, I miss this.’ But give it three or four hours of traffic and that’s over.”

Although life as a traveling musician is always busy, Tiffany is grateful for a place to unwind.

“I’m always on the go, but it also felt really good to just have time off and be away from the city for a bit,” she expressed. “I’m very family-oriented. I moved my sisters here from California. Slowly, I’ve been recruiting everybody to be here. And I can just be me here. I think I needed that.”

Recently, Tiffany recorded the theme song for a new movie for Lifetime Television’s new movie, LADIES OF THE ‘80S: A DIVAS CHRISTMAS.

The movie stars Loni Anderson, Morgan Fairchild, Linda Gray, Donna Mills and Juliette Matheson.

The film takes viewers on a journey to watch “five glamorous ‘80s soap opera stars reunite to share the spotlight to shoot the final Christmas episode of their long-running soap opera. The producer, Alex (Travis Burns) and director Nell (Taylor Ann Thompson), old college friends, do their best to keep things on the rails but as the ladies come together, old rivalries resurface that threaten to tear the whole production apart.”

“With the show nearly canceled before it even begins due to the ladies’ famous diva behavior, they reluctantly agree to set aside their differences and past secrets to ‘act’ as if they all still love each other.  When old sparks reignite between Alex and Nell, the ladies become eager to play cupid and conspire to bring the couple together. Along the way, the divas also discover that the love between them all is still very strong too,” the description concludes.

“These are truly the ladies of the ‘80s,” Tiffany said of the film. “I grew up watching so many of them on TV, so it’s been a lot of fun for me to do this.”

“There was just something special about that time,” she shared. “There was more personal interaction. You would meet up with someone and hang out at the mall. Sure, social media is great to stay in touch, but there was something about just getting together and having fun. That’s what I wanted to capture [in this song].”

Part of Movieguide®’s review of the movie reads:

LADIES OF THE ’80: A DIVAS CHRISTMAS is a comedy on the Lifetime Network on Cable-TV. The movie stars five famous actresses who play former soap opera stars in a show where four of them played step-daughters of Margaux Roberts, played by Morgan Fairchild. The young producer, Alex, brought them together to do a reality Christmas show. What he doesn’t know is that two of the actresses, played by Donna Mills and Nicollette Sheridan, have hated each other since they played in the soap opera. Despite their differences, the five divas unite on trying to get Alex together with Nell, the female director he hires, a former college girlfriend.

LADIES OF THE ’80s is a clean, funny movie, with major themes of forgiveness, reconciliation and fulfilled romance, with no overt sexual content. There’s a light caution for older children because the divas discuss their love lives, talk about Alex and Nell’s romance, and call each other names. Happily, LADIES OF THE ’80s has positive references to Christmas and making the Christmas reality show work. So, A DIVAS CHRISTMAS is fun for mature viewers.

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