Sofia Mestari

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Sofia Mestari (born 1980) is a French singer of Moroccan origin, at the age of ten she moved to Paris with her family. Mestari represented France in the Eurovision Song Contest 2000 in Stockholm with the song On aura le ciel, which placed 23rd out of 24 with 5 points.

She released an album of the same name, with two singles, "On aura le ciel" and "Derrière les voiles", and 2003 saw the release of a new album En plein coeur de la nuit and featured the single "Ne pars pas". "Ne pars pas" spent 23 weeks on the French Singles Chart and peaked at 27.[1] Sofia's third album, entitled La vie en entier was released on 16 June 2008.[2]

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Preceded by
Nayah
with Je veux donner ma voix
France in the Eurovision Song Contest
2000
Succeeded by
Natasha St-Pier
with Je n'ai que mon âme