Colette Deréal

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Colette Denise de Glarélial
Also known as Colette Deréal
Born 22 September 1927
Origin Saint-Cyr-l'École, Seine-et-Oise (now Yvelines), France
Died April 12, 1988(1988-04-12) (aged 60)
Occupations Singer

Colette Deréal (born Colette Denise de Glarélial, 22 September 1927 in Saint-Cyr-l'École, Seine-et-Oise (now Yvelines), France and died 12 April 1988 in Monaco) was a French actress and singer.

Eurovision Song Contest 1961[edit]

In 1961, Deréal represented Monaco in the Eurovision Song Contest 1961, with the song "Allons, allons les enfants" (Let's go, let's go children). Deréal finished joint tenth place with the Finnish entry "Valoa ikkunassa" (The lights in the window) sung by Laila Kinnunen and the Dutch entry "Wat een dag" (What a day) sung by Greetje Kauffeld, receiving six points.

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Preceded by
François Deguelt
with Ce soir-là
Monaco in the Eurovision Song Contest
1961
Succeeded by
François Deguelt
with Dis rien