Séverine Ferrer

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Séverine Ferrer
Born (1977-10-31) 31 October 1977 (age 38)
Montpellier, France
Genres Pop
Years active 2004–present

Séverine Ferrer (born 31 October 1977) is a French singer.


Ferrer was born in Montpellier and grew up on the island of Réunion. In 1991, Ferrer and her family moved to Paris. She began her career by appearing in television series. In 2004, Ferrer released a new album and a clothing line for pregnant women. Ferrer represented the principality of Monaco with the song "La coco-dance", at the Eurovision Song Contest 2006 but failed the get past the semi-finals.

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Preceded by
Lise Darly
Monaco in the Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by