Cyndi Lauper is a singer-songwriter who reached stardom with hit singles “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun” and “Time After Time”. Her dazzling colorful fashion, which ruled the MTV airwaves, is quintessential 80s style.
Lady Gaga is a singer and songwriter born and raised in Manhattan. While she’s known for hits like “Just Dance” and “Poker Face”, she’s best known for her otherworldly fashion sense.
Nicki Minaj is a songwriter and rapper known as much for her bubblegum outfits and music videos as her chart-topping singles.
The princess of pop first reached stardom with her hit single video, “Baby One More Time.” Britney performs the 90’s classic in a school girl uniform with a fun and unique twist.
Miley Cyrus incited yet another scandal with the music video for Wrecking Ball, her second single from Bangerz. The Terry Richardson directed music video features Miley scantily clad, or not clad at all, as she uses heavy construction equipment in an unsafe manner.
Miley Cyrus has come a long way from her days as Disney starlet Hannah Montana. She made headlines at the VMA with her interesting dance moves and outfit choices.
Who didn’t want to be Jem during the 1980’s? The second Jerrica Benton touched her holographic earrings Syngergy transformed her into the dazzling rock star, Jem. Between running a foster program for teens, driving a sweet Rolls Royce, and romancing Rio it’s surprising that Jem found time for belting out tunes. But she and the Holograms managed to outperform the Misfits in every episode. And she did it wearing a lot of pink.
Canadian popstar, Robin Sparkles, was most well known for her hits “Let’s Go to the Mall” and “Sandcastles in the Sand”. The pressures of stardom got to her though when she had a meltdown on live TV with the debut of Robbin Daggers and “P.S. I Love You”, her ode to long time crush Paul Shaffer.