Tiffany, the '80s pop icon who famously sang "I Think We're Alone Now," looks nothing like her former self.
The singer — whose full name is Tiffany Darwish — has continued to keep her name out there over the years, having released 11 studio albums while also appearing on multiple TV shows and movies. She's even about to head out on a new tour to promote her "Shadows" album.
Tiffany, now 51, is also very active on social media and often posts selfies and images from performances. Some of the snaps are silly and mundane, whereas others are borderline provocative and busty.
The recent snaps are a far cry from Tiffany's looks as a younger woman, wherein she was often pictured with big hair and prudent fashion.
Tiffany — who many consider a one-hit-wonder — shattered her conservative image in 2002 after posing for Playboy at the age of 30.
"I did it to break down those barriers so people couldn't say, 'Aww, she's still 14,' and I also did it because I couldn't get booked on shows and it was a chance for me to say, 'Hey, if that phone rings, yes, it'll be because of Playboy, but I can talk about my music,'" she told ABCNEWS Radio at the time. "If they'll give me a shot, I can go out and do my thing, and I think it'll work."