Before there was Bieber and before Timberlake took off, there was a 1970s doe-eyed pop star whose spandex pants, satin shirts and silky hair were plastered across the bedroom walls of teenage girls all across America.
Leif Garrett was a superstar. He played to sold-out stadiums of screaming girls, proving he was made for dancing with his 1979 hit, "I Was Made for Dancing."
But that was Leif Garrett then. Today, 30 years since his heyday, we caught up with him in Los Angeles, where he was...Full Story