N'oubliez pas is written by Robert Goldman (brother of my hero Jean Jacques and writer of Je n'ai que mon ame) and it was first performed last November during the commemoration of The First World War but it does not only refer to this conflict in the world but all of them, including the recent attacks in Paris.
Des années après for her. This collaboration didn't make her a star and she returned to south. By 2009 she was back and working in various variery tv shows with Dani Lary and Patrick Sébastien who produced her debut album Les Divines. Two years later she released her second album Des mots... with single Je saurai t'aimer, another Eurovision connection as it's a cover of Mélanie Cohl's cover of Céline Dion's cover of The Power of love.... Next Eurovision connection comes when she works with Natasha St-Pier in Les Chansons d'aboard on France3. Then yet another: she records L'Oiseau et l'enfant with Tony Carreira for his Nos fiançailles, France/Portugal album. Last year she had her Patricia Kaas moment when recording an album with songs from the 1930's-50's, Frou-Frou. And now she's at the real thing. With all this Eurovision in her life how could she not end up representing France?
For her doing Eurovision is a chance of a lifetime, Eurovision is an institution, a family affair. She's going there to win, of course and says inside her is a little girl that dreams bringing the trophy home and having it at display in her living room! How sweet it that? She seems like a wonderful personality and adorably normal, check her out here.
deliver on stage to make it work with the televoters but I am positive she can do that. A top-10 is possible if there is justice left. I live in hope..... She has also a new album ready to be released shortly.
Je me souviens du rire des enfants
La voix des hommes quand ils partaient au champ
Les fêtes des moissons
L’odeur dans les maisons
Les éclats d’amour et de joie