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Tiffini Hale, a former cast member on "The All New Mickey Mouse Club" and singer in the pop group The Party died on Christmas Day

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Tiffini Hale was born on July 30, 1975 in Palm Springs, California, USA as Tiffini Talia Hale. Tiffini Hale was a cinematographer. V was  known for The Party Machine with Nia Peeples (1991), The All New Mickey Mouse Club (1989) and Blossom (1990). Tiffini Hale died on December 25, 2021 in the USA.

Tiffini Hale starred on "The All New Mickey Mouse Club."

Tiffini Hale, a former cast member on "The All New Mickey Mouse Club" and singer in the pop group The Party died on Christmas Day, according to some of her costars and bandmates.

She was 46.

Hale suffered from cardiac arrest earlier this month and was in a coma for several weeks.

Her death was confirmed by co-stars Deedee Magno Hall and Chasen Hampton. The pair also worked with her in pop group the Party.

"It is with the heaviest of broken hearts that we share the sad news of the passing of our beloved sister, Tiffini Talia Hale," a post on The Party's Facebook page reads. "Early this month, she suffered a cardiac arrest that resulted in her being left in a coma. After many prayers and with her family by her side, our dearest Tiff took her last breath Christmas morning. She is now resting peacefully."

The post, which was signed by her "Mickey Mouse Club" costars Deedee Magno, Chasen Hampton, Albert Jeunepierre Fields and Damon Pampolina and "the entire Mickey Mouse Club Family," requested privacy for Hale's family as they grieve.

The post added that Hale’s family has requested privacy and respect during this sad time. “Her beauty, talent, style and fun loving spirit will forever live in our hearts and memories,” the caption concluded.

“On behalf of Tiffini’s family, and her Party and MMC brothers and sisters, we want to thank all of you for the love and well wishes you have expressed for our dear Tiffini,” Hall said.

"Tiffini's mother Nancy and sister Tanya send their love to all, as well as many thanks for such kind support through the years," the post read.

Hale was one of the original cast members on "The All New Mickey Mouse Club" when it debuted in 1989 on The Disney Channel and appeared on the series until 1991.

Disney drew from that cast to form the pop band The Party, which included Hale, Fields, Hampton, Magno and Damon.

They charted with singles included "In My Dreams," "Summer Vacation" and "That's Why."

The Party disbanded in 1993 before reuniting in 2013 without Hale.

Hale returned to the "Mickey Mouse Club" in 1994, at which time the show had added Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, Ryan Gosling and Christina Aguilera as cast members.

Her former costar and band member Hampton posted a lengthy tribute to Hale Thursday on his Instagram account, writing "Part of her magic was that she never knew how incredible she truly was."

"She was humble, she was thoughtful and kind. She was playful and so funny. An incredible singer, character & dramatic actress, and when the music hit her dancing skills to me we're unmatched by any female pop star since!" he wrote. "She was an absolutely amazing performer & I'm so so honored to of had her in my life."


Tiffini Hale


Tiffini Hale

Hale starred on the Disney series from 1989 until 1995. She appeared alongside “Mickey Mouse Club” alums and A-listers including Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Justin Timberlake, Ryan Gosling and Keri Russell.

Hale was born on July 30, 1975 in Palm Springs, California. Aside from starring on the show, she also made a guest appearance on the TV series “Blossom.”

She stepped away from the spotlight following the finale of “Mickey Mouse Club” and did not attend the Party’s reunion in 2013.



The Mickey Mouse Club


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The Mickey Mouse Club is an American variety television show that aired intermittently from 1955 to 1996 and returned to social media in 2017. Created by the late Walt Disney and produced by Walt Disney Productions, the program was first televised for four seasons, from 1955 to 1959, by ABC. This original run featured a regular, but ever-changing cast of mostly teen performers. ABC broadcast reruns weekday afternoons during the 1958–1959 season, airing right after American Bandstand. The show was revived three times after its initial 1955–1959 run on ABC, first from 1977 to 1979 for first-run syndication as The New Mickey Mouse Club, then from 1989 to 1996 as The All-New Mickey Mouse Club (also known to fans as MMC from 1993 to 1996) airing exclusively on cable television's The Disney Channel, and again in 2017 with the moniker Club Mickey Mouse airing exclusively on internet social media. It ended in 2018.

The character of Mickey Mouse appeared in every show, not only in vintage cartoons originally made for theatrical release, but also in the opening, interstitial, and closing segments made especially for the show. In both the vintage cartoons and new animated segments, Mickey was voiced by his creator Walt Disney (Disney had previously voiced the character theatrically from 1928 to 1947 before being replaced by sound effects artist Jimmy MacDonald).



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