|Born||14 February 1964|
|Died||7 December 1989(aged 25)|
|Associated acts||Jean-Jacques Goldman|
Sirima (14 February 1964 - 7 December 1989) was a singer of french language. She was primarily known for her duet "Là-bas", recorded in 1987 with Jean-Jacques Goldman, which was a number two hit in France.
Sirima was born in Isleworth in County Middlesex, of a French mother and a Sri Lankan father. She was murdered by her companion Kahatra Sasorith, who stabbed her three weeks after the release of her single "A Part of Me".
According to media reports Sasorith spent just four years in prison.
She was the mother of a son named Kym.
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