Calm down. It's not for some weird episode of "The Jerry Springer Show" or another one of those strange celebrity boxing matches. This girl fight is coming to fans courtesy of a ridiculously campy made-for-TV movie.
On Jan. 29, at exactly 9 p.m., the '80s pop princesses will reunite on the small screen for "Mega Python Vs. Gatoroid," an original action flick premiering on the SyFy channel.
Gibson and Tiffany play the leading ladies -- and, of course, archenemies -- in the cheesy, CGI-laden movie that revolves around giant exotic snakes and even bigger alligators invading the Florida Everglades.
Gibson plays a loopy animal rights activist with an affinity for enormous pythons, while Tiffany plays an overzealous park ranger who prefers a python-free world filled with deadly alligators instead.
Alas, much like the '80s, the world (or mall tour circuit) just isn't big enough for the two of them, and they spend the whole flick getting down and dirty in catfights and shouting matches straight out of "Dynasty."
"I think this is something our fans have wanted for a while," Tiffany said last week at a SyFy news conference. "Who would've thought pythons and 'gators would unite us someday, not music."
Both women told the press that contrary to popular belief and weird fan fantasies, they don't actually hate each other.
In fact, before filming the TV movie, they didn't even really know each other.
"Back in the day, we crossed paths, but we were both so busy, running so fast, we didn't talk much. 'Running just as fast as we can,' to quote someone's song," Gibson said with a laugh, referring to Tiffany's 1987 chart-topper, "I Think We're Alone Now."
"It was really fun getting to know Debbie and actually talking. I have pictures of her and I [from the '80s] all over my house, but we never really knew each other. Now we're friends. We talk about my son, her relationship, food 00 all the stuff people talk normally about. I look at Debbie like a sister," Tiffany said. "We've been together a long time. The rivalry between us was never really there."
"I know this isn't what people want to hear, but I never really did have the desire to slap Tiffany in the face. [In this movie], we're only playing out our supposed 'rivalry' for the fans who've always imagined it was there. I'm sorry we don't hate each other more," Gibson added.
But just because the women aren't really rumored rivals doesn't mean they're going soft on us.
Gibson said they both made a point to fully commit to the catfight scenes and on-screen slapping sessions because they wanted to give fans their very best performances.
They agreed their acting and very convincing hair-pulling techniques led to some memorable moments on set, especially during a messy "cake fight" scene.
"At one point we were slathered in whipped cream and banana pie and we looked at each other and just started laughing. We were like, 'What are we doing? How did we get here?' It was the weirdest, coolest, funniest thing ever," Gibson said. "We were covered in crusty whipped cream all day."
While the battle scenes were fun to film, the ladies revealed that one of their biggest challenges was acting alongside their computer-generated python and alligator co-stars, who weren't actually there.
Both of them said they tapped deep into their imaginations to picture the giant creatures and tried to evoke real fear and emotions so they'd look believable on screen.
"We had to see it and imagine it without making it look too cheesy. I felt like a kid playing with my imagination all over again," Tiffany said. "For me, the hardest thing was nailing the terror in my voice. I'm pretty proud of how everything came out though."
They told AOL News that a singing scene wouldn't have made much sense considering their characters and the plot, although Gibson did contribute to the movie's soundtrack.
However, that doesn't mean a musical reunion of sorts is completely out of the question.
Gibson admitted she'd love to play Velma Kelly and Roxie Hart with Tiffany in a Broadway production of "Chicago" someday, or tag-team some kind of musical project that gels with their different artistic styles.
"Maybe one day we'll tour together," Tiffany said, entertaining the idea. "As long as it's in line with our musical goals, I would think about possibly going in that direction."
"Never say never," Gibson agreed. "I mean, who would've thought we'd ever do this project together?"
Don't toy with my emotions, ladies.
I've got my jean jacket on and I'm ready to drive to the nearest mall at the slightest chance of an '80s pop reunion. I hope they take requests.
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