Annick Thoumazeau

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Annick Thoumazeau (born in Fréjus in 1960) is a French singer. She represented France in the 1984 Eurovision Song Contest, with the song "Autant d'amoureux que d'étoiles" (English translation: "As Many Lovers As Stars").

Thoumazeau performed third on the night, before Spain, and after Luxembourg. She placed eighth out of nineteen entries, receiving a total of 61 points.[1]

Under the pen name Année Leed, Thoumazeau wrote the lyrics to the musical Virulla, which was staged in Disneyland Paris and Le Théâtre du gymnase, Paris in the 2000s.[2]


Preceded by
Guy Bonnet
with Vivre
France in the Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
Roger Bens
with Femme dans ses rêves aussi