|Birth name||Fanny Biascamano|
|Born||16 September 1979|
Fanny Biascamano (born 16 September 1979 in Sète, Hérault), known as Fanny, is a French singer.
Sète, known as Cette until 1928, is a commune in the Hérault department in the Occitanie region in southern France. Its inhabitants are called Sétois.
Hérault is a department in southern France named after the Hérault. It is part of the Occitanie region of the country.
She became known in 1991 by participating at the age of 12 years to sequence "Numéro 1 de demain" in TV show Sacrée Soirée host by Jean-Pierre Foucault on TF1. Her performance of Édith Piaf's rock hit "L'Homme à la moto" allows her to release her first single. It became a top seven hit in Franceand earned a gold record.
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In 1997, she was chosen to represent France at Eurovision Song Contest in Dublin with a title called "Sentiments songes". She was ranked at the seventh place with 95 points.
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