Lara Fabian concludes a Eurovision participation from
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Singer Lara Fabian njet says when asked if she ever wants to participate again in the Eurovision Song Contest. This is the result of an interview between Fabian and Deredactie.be.
Lara Fabian was born in 1970 in the Brussels Etterbeek as Lara Crokaert, with a Belgian father and an Italian mother. In 1988 she represented Luxembourg at the Eurovision song contest if go bounding about girl. Her song Croire finished fourth, and like Céline Dion was also Lara Fabian after her Eurovision participation launched.
Yesterday evening she gave the last concert of her tour Ma vie dans la candy (‘ my life in yours ‘) in forest national. Deredactie.be spoke to the singer. Fabian has recently recorded a duet with Natalia, in a past also runner-up of eurosong 2004, and denounces the “hard cultural frontier” in our country: ‘ I find it odd that people in Namur or Liège have never heard of such a powerful voice as that of Natalia. […] We miss might be things that happen on only a few kilometers from our door. That’s what we had in mind when we the duet with Natalia shots. ‘
In terms of chart successes she has especially good burped in Wallonia. Her biggest hit was the song in the Flemish Ultratop Adagio, which in 1999 modest peaked at the 29th place.
On the question of whether they are considering a second Eurovision participation to generate some more fame to the Dutch-speaking side of the language border, there is no doubt: “I’ve had that opportunity and taken when I was young, but it’s not something in future projects. Been there, done that, bought the t-shirt.‘
At that future projects include a new English-language album, though that they going to come up next year. In June there will be a new single.