Nightcat (born Jacqueline Tavarez in the Dominican Republic) was a female pop/dance singer from the early ’90s.
Jacqueline moved to Brooklyn, New York when she was only two years old. At the age of sixteen, she left home to finish high school. By the time she was 21 years old, Jacqueline landed a record deal.
Nightcat was created by Marvel Comics’ creator Stan Lee who wanted to develop a female superhero who crossed over into the real world and she was also a singer. In 1991, Marvel Comics released a one-shot comic book of “Nightcat” and hired Jacqueline to embody the character in real life. During that same year, Nightcat released an album on LMR Records. It’s unknown how or if the album made the charts. The only single released from the album was “#1 House Rule” which failed to make any music charts at all.
After the Nightcat album and comic flopped, Jacqueline was fired and she claimed the reason for it was that she appeared in a music video by Joey Buttafuoco (also known as Amy Fisher, the Long Island Lolita’s ex-lover).
According to the Isle of Deserted Pop Stars, Jacqueline appeared nude in the film “Tromeo & Juliet.” These days, she now goes under the name “Jacqueline Love” and poses on Naked.com.
To see a fan-made video for “#1 House Rule,” go to: