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France Eurovision entry is 'S'il fallait le faire'

by Stella Floras 35 views

In an interview with Daily Nord, Patricia Kaas the French representative in the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest has revealed the song with which she will participate in Moscow. It is called S'il fallait le faire and features on her new album, Kabaret.

According to Patricia Kaas' statement to Daily Nord, a French daily newspaper, she will be taking part in the Eurovision Song Contest with S'il fallait le faire, a song from her latest album Kabaret.No officialconfirmation from France Televisions about the song choice has been given, and a special event is due to take place in Paris on 9th February to reveal the song to the media.

In the interview Patricia said: "In the beginning I did not want to do it. Because I thought that it is the beginning of a career what you make when you go to Eurovision. Now, I am well afraid: I do represent my country. Abroad, the popularity of the competition is unbelievable while in France they say it is kitsch."

Below you can watch the official video of S'il fallait le faire, this is a longer version which will have to be cut down to the three minutes required by EBU rules.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ro6Ujd4PvcY

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Stella Floras

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