Lara Fabian, is a French-speaking Flemish singer Italian-born songwriter and composer, Canadian citizen. Performs songs in French, English, Italian, Spanish, Russian and other languages. Representative of Luxembourg at Eurovision 1988. On November 30, 1999, the singer releases her first English-language album. While working on this album, she collaborated with the most famous composers who wrote for Barbra Streisand, Mariah Carey, Madonna and Cher. At the same time, Lara recorded several songs in Spanish. Explaining her sympathy for the Romance languages, she said that the rhythm of these languages corresponded to her character.
In general, Lara speaks 4 languages - Italian, French, Spanish and English. Lara ended 1999 with a participation on TF1 on December 31, where she performed several songs, in particular the duet with Patrick Fiori “L’hymne a l’amour”. Throughout 2000, Lara was engaged in the promotion of her album in the United States. On January 29, 2001, Lara participated in the recording of the play Enfoires. On May 2, the World Music Awards 2001 took place in Monte Carlo, where Lara Fabian received a prize for her sales in the Benelux countries.