Fud Leclerc, the Belgian singer who represented his country four times at the Eurovision Song Contest died yesterday at the age of 86.
The 86 years old Belgian singer Fud Leclercdied yesterday. Fud Leclerc was the stage name of Fernand Urbain Dominic Leclerc. He got four times the honour from the Walloon broadcaster, RTBF, to represented Belgium at the Eurovision Song Contest. His first participation was in 1956. 2 years later, in 1958 he represented Belgium again with the song Ma petite chatte and achieved his best result.
In 1960 he got again the ticket for Eurovision, where he performed the song Mon amour pour toi and findished 6th. Once again 2 year later, Fud represented Belgium at the 1962 Eurovision Song Contest. His song Ton Nom didn’t get any points.
After his bad results in 1962, Fud decided to do something else in his life and changed career getting a job in the building sector.
Belgian entry in 1958
Fud Leclerc – Ma petite chatte