She attempted to follow up on the success of "Let's Go To The Mall" with a more artistic exercise in classic balladry, which came in the form of "Sandcastles in the Sand". The song featured fellow teenage popstar Tiffany, and the music video had a notable cameo from 'Growing Pains' star Alan Thicke. "Sandcastles..." was considered a commercial flop and marked the end of Robin Sparkles musical career. Toward the end of her musical career, Robin attempted to shift from teen pop to grunge, adopting a new stage name, Robin Daggers, and penning a track entitled "P.S. I Love You" (about longtime crush Paul Shaffer) and performing it at the 84th Grey Cup, effectively ending her career in music. The ex-singer now lives in Manhattan, New York.
She was a news anchor for a New York cable news channel, Metro News 1 and hosted her own morning talk show that airs at 4:00 in the morning. By 2030, Robin is a very successful television news anchor, and lives with her dogs in New York. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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