The Party is an American pop band. The group was composed of Albert Fields, Tiffini Hale, Chase Hampton, Deedee Magno, and Damon Pampolina, all of whom were cast members of The All New Mickey Mouse Club from 1989 until 1992.Albert FieldsAlbert JeunePierre Fields (b. March 3, 1975) recorded a solo album under the moniker Jeune (which is half of his middle name), titled "Back to Reality." Albert continues to perform and record on the indie circuit.Chasen HamptonIn 1994, Chasen Cord Hampton (b. January 12, 1975) returned to host the final televised year of the 1989-era Mickey Mouse Club. After relocating residence from Orlando, Florida, to Los Angeles, California, his acting continued with roles in both television and film. He also continued to perform music, fronting the rock band Buzzfly along with musician Mike Vizcarra; incidentally, Vizcarra was one of the producers of the Party's 1993 farewell album. In May 2007, Chase released Chase Hampton: Something To Believe and, in August 2010 came Drugstore Girls (under the name Chasen Hampton); both are solo effort EP albums on which he again worked in collaboration with Vizcarra. The latest album was released in late February 2011.Deedee MagnoDeedee Lynn Magno-Hall (b. April 2, 1975) is currently married and has two sons. After the Party, she went on to perform in musical theater, most notably as Kim in Miss Saigon on Broadway. After playing the role of Nessarose in the first national tour of the hit musical Wicked, she went on to originate the role in the San Francisco company. Her husband, Cliffton Hall, also in the production, played the role of Fiyero. She is rumored to be working on her first solo album. She will also voice Pearl in the upcoming Cartoon Network series Steven Universe.Tiffini HaleIn 1994, Tiffini Talia Hale (b. July 30, 1975) returned to host the final televised year of the 1989-era Mickey Mouse Club. She has since remained out of the public eye.Damon PampolinaDamon Philip Pampolina (b. April 4, 1975) dabbled in acting for a few years. He left show business for a while to work in real estate in Southern California. According to Pampolina on the recent E! True Hollywood Story chronicling MMC, he is also behind StreetNetwork TV, a Myspace-inspired Web site for artists waiting to be discovered. He also wants to get back into acting on a network show and has appeared in several commercials. In a February 2011 interview with OK! Magazine, he revealed that he had a 10-year-long relationship with former MMC cast member Brandy Brown. He also reteamed with Albert to perform as the hip hop duo NDecent Proposal. He's currently living in Texas with his wife Jennifer and son Roman Valentino Pampolina and works for PRP Entertainment, where he is a host and is a co-owner with his father.