Debbie Gibson was a pop icon in the late 80’s after releasing her debut album “Out of the Blue” at the age of 17.  Since the 80’s Miss Gibson has continued to make music, while also trying her hand in acting, appearing  in movies, television and even on Broadway.

Today the lovely Miss Gibson joined Boomer & Craig in the Allstate Studio to talk about her career path and what she has going on these days.

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Gibson also proved that she can still carry a tune when she belted out Al “Hughes” Dukes re-write of her 1987 hit, “Shake Your Love” with a Yankees twist…

LISTEN: Debbie Gibson in the Allstate Studio with Boomer & Carton (6/7)

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Al Dukes has a bit if history with Debbie Gibson if you will, photographic proof below…

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(Al ‘Hughes’ Dukes Photography)

And here is Al and Debbie back in 2005…