Top 5 Mega-Music Babes of the 80s
5. Stacey Q
³Stacey Who?,´ you might ask yourself. Stacey Q! Soshe was a One Hit Wonder, but that ³one hit´ played on the radio amillion times. That hit would be ³Two of Hearts.´ Stacey Q was morelike Stacey ³Cute´ back in the day. Even though her music career wasshort lived, she still was babe-enough to be in the top 5. She alsoappeared in an episode of the always enjoyable Facts of Life asCinnamon --- GASP! --- a pop star wannabe who goes head to headwith Tootie for a role in a musical. Tootie didn¶t get the role, but Natalie, in an ironic twist, was discovered at the audition and given the role of Audrey, man-eating plant in Little Shop of Horrors.... FEED ME SEYMOUR!
4. Belinda Carlisle
You Go-Go Girl! Belinda was Buh-Beautiful. Sheheaded up the Go-Gos and headed straight up the pop charts as a solo artistwith ³Heaven is a Place on Earth´ and ³Mad About You.´ Part of the fun atroller skating parties in elementary school was hearing ³We Got the Beat´ blaring from the surrounding speakers. I would lace up my skates and getout there and pump my fist to the beat. I thought I was cool enough, so Itried to roller skate backwards over to my 3rd grade crush, who was at theTron arcade game. Incidentally, she was also holding a large Coke. I backward-bumbled my way into her, thus dousing her with her own beverage. I fell ³Head over Heels,´ literally . . . and also got an ice filled cuptossed in my lap. True story.
3. Debbie Gibson
Squeaky clean, with holes in her jeans, DebbieGibson was my first Hollywood Crush. Maybe it was the bangs.Maybe it was that black top hat looking thing she always wore.Whatever it was, she took me from Soprano to Bass in 8th grade choir in a span of about 3 hours. When I wasn¶t ³Lost in her Eyes,´ I put in