Debbie Gibson, 51, is AGELESS in bikini as 80s star preps for concert to celebrate 35th anniversary of Out of the Blue | The Sun

DEBBIE Gibson, 51, has appeared ageless in a small white bikini on Instagram.

The photo comes after the 80s star announced a concert for the 35th anniversary of her album, Out of the Blue.

Debbie posted a photo of herself wearing a white bikini and brown hat.

The singer stood on a rock in San Diego and soaked up the sun as she clutched onto her hat with one hand and held onto her hip with the other.

She paired the look off with a pink necklace, no shoes, and gray-painted nails.

The 51-year-old captioned the post, "Look to the light," in many different situations including "when your bones hurt" and "when you're being told you can't."


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"I had a long period of time where I kept saying 'This is not my life.' Today I say … 'This IS my life!' I’m finally free, and it’s so pretty. Here’s to the tears washing ‘way all your sorrows and the sun coming out for all your tomorrows. I want for you the best it can be …So, look to the light," she ended the post.

The actress also informed her followers that the top she was wearing is from Target which she has been wearing on stage every night.

She looked ageless as she smiled up at the sun.

Many of her followers told her that she looked "beautiful."

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This post comes after Debbie announced she is, metaphorically, going back to 1987 to celebrate her Out of the Blue album.


Debbie took to Instagram on July 7 to announce that she will be performing two New York City concerts to celebrate the 35th anniversary of her iconic debut album.

The shows will take place at 54 below on August 18 and August 21.

She promises to play the entire album from top to bottom on the piano and tell stories about the beginning of her career in a “super intimate setting."

"So much fun hanging out with you all and can’t wait to see you in New York… The place that started it all for me! #OOTB35," Debbie ended her post.

The actress also informed fans that she might perform some songs that didn't make it on the album, telling them that she has been getting demos out of her garage.

About the tour, Debbie said there will be food, drinks, and some of her family and friends there, as well as an after-show hang out.

There will be no VIP tickets to meet her, as it is a small venue, and the tickets, which include food, already cost "a good amount," but the Broadway actress promised she would try to meet everyone.

The first show on August 18 is the 35th anniversary of Out of the Blue.

The pre-sale is currently happening and the public sale is on Monday, July 11.

She is not yet sure if they will do any more of these types of shows around the country or not.


Debbie is a singer/songwriter, actress, pianist, and record producer, who rose to fame in the 1980s.

She just wrapped up a world tour to promote her 2021 album, The Body Remembers.

The album contained a new version of "Lost in Your Eyes" with New Kids on the Block's Joey McIntyre.

The Body Remembers was the first album she released since 2010's Ms. Vocalist.

For two years, Debbie was a judge on  Nickelodeon's America's Most Musical Family in 2019 and 2020.

She also appeared in an episode of Lucifer in 2021.

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Out of The Blue was released when Debbie was just 17 years old and featured five Hot 100 Top 5 singles, including the number one hit, "Foolish Beat", as well as "Only in My Dreams", "Shake Your Love", and "Out of the Blue".

The album has sold more than 5 million copies worldwide.

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