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Paule Desjardins

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Paule Desjardins

Paule Desjardins is a French singer who represented France in the Eurovision Song Contest 1957 with the song "La belle amour" which finished second with 17 points.[1]

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Preceded by
Mathé Altéry
with "Le temps perdu" and Dany Dauberson
with "Il est là"
France in the Eurovision Song Contest
1957
Succeeded by
André Claveau
with "Dors, mon amour"
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