France Gall, the winner of Eurovision 1965, dies at the age of 70
France Gall, the winner of the 1965 Eurovision Song Contest with “Poupee de cire, poupee de son” for Luxembourg, has died today at the age of 70 from cancer.
France Gall was hospitalized just before Christmas, due to a severe infection. She was suffering from a recurring breast cancer, and lost her battle today at the age of 70. Her management stated the following on her Facebook page:
It is with great sadness that we learn this Sunday morning about the death of France Gall… She passed on the 7th of January at the age of 70.
All our thoughts go to her loved ones.
A great artist leaves us today…
During her career, she released a total of 26 albums (seven of which were live albums), and two compilations. Eurovision fans will remember her for her Eurovision victory in 1965, when she sang “Popuee de cire, poupee de son” for Luxembourg
From all of us at ESCBubble, sincere condolences to the family and friends of France Gall.