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An ’80s wet dream: Tiffany and Debbie Gibson
April 5th, 2021 under Debbie Gibson/ Tiffany, Wet dream. [ Comments: 2 ]

Back in the ’80s, boys couldn’t decide if they wanted to be alone with Tiffany or if they were hoping that Debbie Gibson wouldn’t only be in their dreams. What they wanted the most was to have the two of them together. Something that could’ve been so beautiful didn’t happen.

That is because they were rumored to be enemies. Something they proved was false when they played enemies in 2011’s Mega Piranha vs. Gatoroid.

That was 10 years ago; today, they are showing us that they are really friends who hang out when they are in the same. This weekend Tiffany was in Vegas, so out of the blue, she decided to see her old friend Gibson.

What we got is this totally awesome photo of the two teen pop idols. I hope some concert promoter sees this and is like, I have to put the two of them on the same bill and have them tour malls and clubs together. I would pay to see them share the stage, and I am sure I am not alone. Especially since they still as look as good as they did in their Electric Youth.

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An ’80s music fan’s wet dream: a-ha and Rick Astley!
February 24th, 2020 under 80s, Rick Astley, Wet dream. [ Comments: none ]


Back in the ’80s, everyone was watching the music video for a-ha’s Take On Me, and singing Rick Astley’s Never Gonna Give You Up. However, the pop artists never met.

Well, now a-ha and Australia are getting RickRolled because both of them touring a land down under together. What a bill!

BTW Morten Harket is still as sexy now as he was when his life was all black and white.

What I would give to hear The Sun Always Shines On T.V. live. Maybe they will continue to be Together Forever or as long as it takes to them to play LA together. I would pay to see their tour.

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A wet dream tour for fans of ’90s music!
January 17th, 2020 under 90s, Wet dream. [ Comments: none ]


Do you still want to party like it is 1999? Then you can do it at the Last Summer On Earth tour with Barenaked Ladies, Toad the Wet Sprocket, and Gin Blossoms. The two-month tour begins in Florida on June 3rd and ends in Toronto on July 23rd. Don’t be all Hey Jealously about me, but I am willing to Walk On the Ocean to see this concert. Although, you might want to ask me in One Week if I feel the same way.

For more info, download the BNL app. To see where and when they are playing, then click here!

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A classic sitcom fan’s wet dream!
January 13th, 2020 under 60s, 70s, 80s, Lydia Cornell, Wet dream. [ Comments: none ]


If you are a fan of classic sitcoms, then you recognize all of these faces. In the late ’60s, we got to know Erin Murphy as Tabitha Stephens on Bewitched. Then in the mid-’70s, we were all saying, “Whatcha talking about Willis,” to Todd Bridges on Diff’rent Strokes. Finally, in 1980, Lydia Cornell was making TV sexier on Too Close for Comfort. Even though their shows have been in syndication forever, they never did one together.

So what brought the three of them together now? They were all celebrating Keith Coogan’s 50th birthday. Doesn’t it feel like all of this would be a perfect start for a new sitcom? It could be about child stars trying to get a second chance in Hollywood.

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An ’80s family sitcom fan’s wet dream
January 7th, 2020 under 80s, The Facts of Life, Wet dream. [ Comments: none ]


At the start of ’80s, Mindy Cohn was on one of our favorite shows The Facts of Life. A year before it ended its run, Fox debuted Married…with Children with Amanda Bearse. She would wind up filling the void that we needed when Natalie went on her own way.

Even though, both of their shows filmed at the same lot for a season, we never saw the two actresses together. That is until now because Cohn shared a sweet hugging photo with her friend. Now we get to see what happens when the facts of life meet married…with children. Or if Natalie cheated on her friendship with Tutti and Marcy did the same to Peggy.

While we will not see them on a television show together…at least not for the near future, there is a place you can see them act together. The women are starring in The Wendy Chronicles this Sunday at the Jewish Women’s Theatre in Santa Monica. Go see them live, it is better than television.

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