Louisa Baïleche

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Louisa Baïleche is a singer, dancer and performer in a variety of artistic genres. She was born near Paris to an Italian mother and a Kabyle father.

Louisa Baïleche has performed on the Comédie-Française stage as well as the Folies Bergère, in a French version of the musical Nine. She represented France in the Eurovision Song Contest 2003 with a song called "Monts et merveilles".[1]


  1. ^ Martin, James (10 May 2003). French Promise. Billboard. p. 61. Retrieved 25 May 2010.

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Preceded by
Sandrine François
with Il faut du temps
France in the Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
Jonatan Cerrada
with À chaque pas