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Jacqueline Boyer

Jacqueline Boyer
Jacqueline Boyer in Vienna in May 2015.
Background information
Born (1941-04-23) 23 April 1941
Paris, France
Occupation(s) Singer

Jacqueline Boyer (born Jacqueline Ducos, 23 April 1941 in Paris) is a French singer and actress. She is also the daughter of performers Jacques Pills and Lucienne Boyer.

In 1960, she won the Eurovision Song Contest for France singing "Tom Pillibi", with music composed by André Popp and lyrics by Pierre Cour. The resulting single reached #33 in the UK Singles Chart in May 1960.[1]

Filmography

  • Caravan
  • Das Rätsel der grünen Spinne
  • Gauner-Serenade
  • Der Nächste Urlaub kommt bestimmt
  • Diabolo menthe


References

  1. ^ Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 74.  

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Teddy Scholten
with "Een beetje"
Winner of the Eurovision Song Contest
1960
Succeeded by
Jean-Claude Pascal
with "Nous les amoureux"
Preceded by
Jean Philippe
with "Oui, oui, oui, oui"
France in the Eurovision Song Contest
1960
Succeeded by
Jean-Paul Mauric
with "Printemps, avril carillonne"


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