Christine Minier

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Christine Minier
Saint-Raphaël, France

Christine Minier (born 1964 in Saint-Raphaël) is a French singer.

In 1987 whilst working as a hairdresser, Minier won the French National Final to represent France at the 1987 Eurovision Song Contest with the song "Les mots d'amour n'ont pas de dimanche". She received 44 points, placing France in 14th place. In spite of the poor result, Minier didn’t regret anything and still considers Eurovision as a great experience.[1]


  1. ^ Dufaut, Dominique (4 December 2008). "France: Christine Minier adored Lordi's victory". ESCToday. Retrieved 4 December 2008.
Preceded by
Cocktail Chic
France in the Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
Gérard Lenorman
withChanteur de charme