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In 1986, she released her debut single, "Tendresse SOS" which passed unnoticed, then "Et je danse" in 1988 which hit #9 on the French SNEP Singles Chart. Her next singles, "Je m'en balance" (1989), "Danse encore" (1990), "My Life" (1991), "Jealous" (1992), "As You Want" (1993), "Ma Géographie" (1993), "Oh les mecs" (1997) and "Batucada" (1998). A compilation containing another song "C'est vrai" was released in 2003 by Yvon Chataigner. She appeared in three films : Crazy Horse de Paris (Alain Bernardin, 1977), Saturday, Sunday and Friday (Castellano & Pipolo, 1979) and Le Tronc (Bernard Faroux and Karl Zéro, 1992).