Debbie Gibson may be a couple decades removed from her teen idol days, but folks are still talking about her dazzling performance — and looks — while rocking an eye-popping leotard with the Knicks City Dancers during an NBA game at Madison Square Garden last week.
She certainly looked better than the Knicks, who have lost six of their first nine games and have already suffered through a five-game losing streak.
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Us Weekly crowed about her appearance:
“The singer, 42, flaunted her fierce physique in a sparkly, revealing leotard with a plunging neckline and T-strap shoes during her Madison Square Garden performance. The singer confidently held the microphone as her lean, long legs walked across the court. Gibson, who paired her sequined look with an elaborate pair of earrings, captivated the basketball crowd as her trademark, blonde locks flowed from her pretty face.”
Fans on Twitter have been commenting on her appearance since Thursday night’s Knicks/Rockets game.
Gibson tweeted that she was pleased with her performance.
Gibson shot to stardom when in 1988 she became the youngest person to write, produce, and perform a No. 1 single, “Foolish Beat.” She has since starred on Broadway, performed in musicals and appeared on the fifth season of "Celebrity Apprentice."
She posed nude for Playboy at age 35 in 2005.
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