Interview in American Profile Magazine

Debbie Gibson was a teenage pop superstar in the 1980s, but her dizzying success was always grounded in the foundation set in New York’s Brooklyn and Long Island boroughs of her childhood.

The singer, whose 1988 single “Foolish Beat” earned her at the age of 17 an entry in Guinness World Records as the youngest person to ever write, produce and perform a No. 1 hit, says she grew up in an environment that fostered generosity—even when her family couldn’t really afford it….

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