Alizée HD: J'en Ai Marre Laurette Fugain - WOW Night Elf Female Dance





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Published on Oct 22, 2009

18-year old French pop diva Alizée Jacotey is featured here, live on March 3rd, 2003. This performance is dedicated to the memory of Laurette Fugain, a young woman who had died from leukemia in 2002. Alizée was part of a live performance that was for charity work, encouraging people to donate the precious gift of blood & to raise money in the fight against diseases of the blood. The mother of Laurette, Stéphanie Fugain, was in attendance for this show, featured here at 3:57 & at the very end, 4:17
Alizée has an extraordinary reputation for selflessness. She offers a great deal of her time & energy towards charity work, helping in the fight against hunger as well as raising awareness for blood donations & the fight against blood disorders.
This was one of only 6 appearances where she wears her unforgettable short skirt dress, knee-high boots, & thigh-high black stockings while performing her smash hit song, J'en Ai Marre. This performance was done en direct live on French HDTV .
The music is composed by legendary composer Laurent Boutonnat while the lyrics are written by famed French singer & cultural icon, Mylène Farmer.
Alizée's popularity, thanks to spectacular performances such as this, has spread far beyond the borders of the great French Republic.
To be able to effectively watch this video, you'll need a powerful computer with a very good broadband connection. I hope you are well-equipped!

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    • Standard YouTube License
  • Song

  • Artist

  • Album

    • Mes courants électriques
  • Writers

    • Mylène Farmer, Laurent Boutonnat
  • Licensed by

    • Believe Music (on behalf of Requiem Publishing); ASCAP, SODRAC, Muserk Rights Management, and 9 Music Rights Societies


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