Gen Xers still riding the high of a new Star Wars flick have another item of nostalgia to look forward to: a new Tiffany album. Yes, the former teen star of "I Think We're Alone Now" fame is back, now age 44, with A Million Miles. "I've been doing this for 30 years, and I know I've done a million miles worth of travel," she tells People. "I'm a road dog! It also feels like I've been on a life journey. This album is very reflective on my life. It's a piece of work that is more of my heartfelt stories. It's very personal."
In the years since she was last big news, Tiffany opened a boutique in Nashville and had a son, who just graduated from college. A Million Miles is out in the spring, and you can preorder it here—plus some other stuff. For example, for $100, Tiffany will put your name in the liner notes; for $200, she'll record a personal video for you featuring her singing an acoustic song of your choice; for $500, you and three friends can get a personalized concert from her in Nashville; and for $10,000, she'll come to you to do an acoustic show. (Read more Tiffany stories.)