Tawny Kitaen, the dancer who rose to fame in Whitesnake’s 1987 video for “Here I Go Again,” has died at the age of 59.

Tawny Kitaen, the model and actress who appeared in a series of Whitesnake music videos, including the iconic 1987 “Here I Go Again,” in which she danced on the hood of a Jaguar, died this weekend at the age of 59. after a battle with cancer. Her death has been a shock to the entire industry and also to her fans. Tawny Kitaen was born on June 12, 1965 in San Diego and grew up in New Jersey. She started her career as an actress at a young age.

He later appeared on shows like “Married with Children” (1987) and “Baywatch” (1989). Kitaen is an actress and model who grew up in small towns in the Midwest. She started out in Hollywood, appearing in Married… With Children followed by numerous film and television roles before making a name for herself as a rock star. For a couple of years, she was one of the most photographed people in America. All-star songwriter, dancer, and vixen, Kitaen made her breakthrough with the most viewed video of 1987. The “Here I go again The video is full of air guitar riffs and Kitaen in a see-through white dress.

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While continuing to model for numerous men’s magazines, Kitaen began a brief career in music videos. She had a brief relationship with Ratt guitarist Robbin Crosby and appeared in music videos for both Ratt and Whitesnake. In her latest interview, the singer talks about the video that made her popular in the ’80s rock era and recalls a memorable trip with her father and band member David Coverdale. One of the great personalities and an actress who lived her life with great joy has left a legacy that will be there as long as the world lasts.

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