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Vive le “Moustache”! France Selects Twin Twin

Twin-Twin Some National Finals are a single-day affair, while others slowly curate their list of finalists over sets of semis and heats.  France, however, in their first public selection since 2007, decided to go a bit unorthodox.  Three entries were performed on the show Les chansons d’abord, hosted by 2001 Eurovision 4th-place finisher Natasha St-Pier, and the phone lines were opened. And they were kept open for nearly a month. Read the rest of this entry

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France: Amandine’s “L’enfer et moi” Revealed

Back in late January, broadcaster France 3 revealed that “Nouvelle Star” champion Amandine Bourgeois would be following in Anggun’s footsteps and heading to Eurovision this May.  It’s been a long wait, but the 33-year-old singer’s entry, “L’enfer et moi (Hell and Me)” has finally been introduced to the public. Read the rest of this entry