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Camille Lellouche

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Mais je t'aime Grand Corps Malade, Camille Lellouche 04:28
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Camille Lellouche (June 10, 1986) is a French comedian and singer-songwriter. Born in Île-de-France and raised in the Parisian suburbs, she prepared herself to become an entertainer from a very young age, mastering several instruments and taking acting classes. In 2012, she was discovered by director Rebecca Zlotowski, who invited her to participate in the film Grand Central alongside Léa Seydoux, Tahar Rahim, and Olivier Gourmet. In parallel with her acting career, Camille Lellouche grew a substantial fan base on social media by uploading comedic material to her video-sharing channel, racking up over half a million followers. With her star ever on the rise, she became a contestant on the fourth season of singing reality show The Voice in 2015, reaching the semi-finals and further raising her public profile. After a brief stint on the talk show Touche pas à mon poste !, Camille Lellouche toured France with her one-woman show Camille in Real Life in 2016. In the subsequent years, she starred on Rebecca Zlotowski’s Planetarium (2016) with Natalie Portman and Lily Rose Depp, and made an appearance on Teddy Lussi-Modeste’s Le Prix du succès (2017). She made her musical debut with the singles “Mais je t'aime,” “Et si,” “Je remercie mon ex,” and “N’insiste pas” in 2020. A, her first studio album, arrived in 2021 and peaked at Number 31 on the French charts.