80's & 90's

9 Most Desirable Women Of The 80’s – Where Are They Now?

9 Most Desirable Women Of The 80’s – Where Are They Now?

The 80s was one decade. It gave us mullets, large shoulder pads, boom boxes and an interminable measure of other flawed items that we ought to turn our backs on and forget forever. However, it also had Michael Jackson’s reclassified music and films like Back to the Future, Blade Runner and E.T. These made us have confidence in Hollywood silver screen once more. Besides, there were the sensuous ladies too!We had Madonna to Mia Sara and even Whitesnake video muse Tawny Kitaen in the 80s. For your delight, here are the 10 most enigmatic celebs of the 80s and what they look like today!

9. Tiffany

You might recall the 80s high school sensation Tiffany from her tremendous hits “I Think We’re Alone Now” and “Could’ve Been.” In spite of the fact that she has neglected to keep up the energy of her profession, she has tried her best. 

Since 2000 the vocalist has showed up on a bundle of UK and US unscripted television shows. She even featured on the front of Playboy trying to return herself on the radar once more. However, her endeavours most likely didn’t have the outcomes she was looking for. 


8. Catherine Bach

Who could overlook Catherine Bach in The Dukes of Hazzard in those incredible Daisy Dukes? Some fascinating trivia about that outfit was that Bach was producers told her to wear a white turtleneck, go-go boots, and a poodle skirt. However, Bach appeared in her own outfit – a homemade T-shirt, denim short shorts and high heels.

The producers cherished it and the signature look of Daisy Duke was conceived. The Dukes of Hazzard was the highlight of Bach’s profession. However, she has had various acting roles after that. Recently, she is seen in pop musical show, The Young and the Restless as recurring character called Anita Lawson.


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