L5 was a French girl group. They were known for their participation in the French Popstars TV programme in its first season in 2001.
L5 reached the 54th position in the list of French best-selling singles and held the number 1 position in the list of French number-one hits of 2001 with their song "Toutes les femmes de ta vie". They toured in France with Jérémy Chatelain in 2003 and with Billy Crawford in 2006. "Make a Change", on the album Destiny by No Angels, is an English-language remake of L5's single "Reste Encore" (2003).
Since 2017, they have been heavily copied by a group of French gay twitter semi-celibrities calling themselves the #ils5: Cholen Decroux, Alexandre Zakine, Maxime Lemoine, Maxime Lemoine and Alexis Noel.
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