Eighties pop star Tiffany will perform at this weekend's Nashville AIDS Walk and 5K Run.
The upcoming annual event will be held at Riverfront Park Saturday. Registration begins at 10 a.m. with the main event kicking off at 11 a.m.
Tiffany told News 2 she is honored to perform at the event that benefits a cause close to her heart.
"It's definitely a cause that's important," she told News 2. "We still need to get this message out there. It still has to be in the forefront of our minds. We have made a lot of progress, but there are still people that are suffering and need money to be raised for medication and prevention."
She added that the event will also be a way to give back and meet and sign autographs for fans.
"I'm going to be up there doing my thing. You know, a little "Coulda Been," "I Saw Him Standing There" and "All This Time," she said, adding, "I've been wooing Nashville since I was 10 years old."
The pop superstar, who has sold more than 16 million records during the span of her career, recently opened a boutique in Robertson County.
Funds raised from Saturday's event will support Nashville CARES, an organization that provides services for those infected and affected by HIV and AIDS.
For more information on the upcoming walk, or to register, visit NashvilleAidsWalk.com or call 615-259-4866.