In 1988 Lara Fabian became fourth at the Eurovision Song Contest, singing Croire for Luxembourg. The Belgium-born singer gained huge success in the French-speaking countries. Her new English album A wonderful life should be Lara's definite international breakthrough.
At the age of 18 Lara Fabian, born in Etterbeek (Brussels) to a Flemish father and Sicilian mother, represented Luxembourg at the 1988 Eurovision Song Contest in Dublin. Lara ended fourth in the contest, won by Celine Dion.
Huge success all over the French-speaking countries followed. Her first album in English 'Lara Fabian', released in 1999, included the hit single I will love again and meant a first breakthrough outside the Francophonie.
The album A wonderful life, Lara Fabian's second album in English, should see for her definite worldwide breakthrough.