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French summer feelings: Jessy Matador to perform „Allez Ola Olé”

France will be represented in the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest by Jessy Matador, who will bring a lot of summer feeling to Oslo with his energetic, cheerful Allez Ola Olé. The Song was written by H. Ducamin & J. Ballue and will be performed in the Final on 29th May, at starting position #18. “Allez Ola Olé is France’s 53rd entry to the Eurovision Song Contest.

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France will be represented in the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest by Jessy Matador, who will bring a lot of summer feeling to Oslo with his energetic, cheerful Allez Ola Olé. The Song was written by H. Ducamin & J. Ballue and will be performed in the Final on 29th May, at starting position #18. “Allez Ola Olé” is France’s 53rd entry to the Eurovision Song Contest.

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About Jessy Matador

France will try to win the hearts of Europe in Oslo with a real summer hit this year. For that they handpicked the charismatic singer Jessy Matador.

Jessy Matador began his artistic career as a dancer in 2001. His artistic concept is a mixture of several styles, inspired by the famous African – Ivorian music ranging from hip-hop, jamaican dancehall and zouk.

He made his debut in the group called Les Coeurs Brisés with which he has performed all around the world. He started his singing career in 2008 and has scored a summer hit with the song Decale Gwada. Jessy is currently in the studio finishing his new album.

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