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FRANCE – Amandine Bourgeois – L’Enfer Et Moi

France was one of the seven nations competing in the very first Eurovision Song Contest in 1956. Since their debut, the country has only missed two contests. The first victories came early on, in 1958, 1960 and 1962. In 1969, France was one of the four countries that tied on top with the same score. A fifth victory – and last to date – came in 1977, with Marie Myriam’s classic track L’Oiseau Et L’Enfant.

For the 58th Eurovision Song Contest in Malmö, French broadcaster France 3 internally selected Amandine Bourgeois, winner of the sixth edition of the French version of the Pop Idol series ‘Nouvelle Star‘ in 2008. The title of Amandine’s song is L’Enfer Et Moi (Hell and me), written by David Salkin with lyrics by Boris Bergman. L’Enfer Et Moi will be performed in the grand final on 18 May.

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France was one of the seven nations competing in the very first Eurovision Song Contest in 1956. Since their debut, the country has only missed two contests. The first victories came early on, in 1958, 1960 and 1962. In 1969, France was one of the four countries that tied on top with the same score. A fifth victory – and last to date – came in 1977, with Marie Myriam’s classic track L’Oiseau Et L’Enfant.

For the 58th Eurovision Song Contest in Malmö, French broadcaster France 3 internally selected Amandine Bourgeois, winner of the sixth edition of the French version of the Pop Idol series ‘Nouvelle Star‘ in 2008. The title of Amandine’s song is L’Enfer Et Moi (Hell and me), written by David Salkin with lyrics by Boris Bergman. L’Enfer Et Moi will be performed in the grand final on 18 May.

 

Check out the music video here:

Amandine Bourgeois – L'Enfer Et Moi (France) 2013 Eurovision Song Contest

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