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Ferrari Lolo

Ferrari (Lolo)   (France)

EuroDance group
Added : 10/03/2009
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Dance Dance Dance
Don't Leave Me This Way
Airbag Generation
Set Me Free
95 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000

 

Lolo Ferrari singles

Dance Dance Dance Dance Dance Dance (Never released)  
Don't Leave Me This Way Don't Leave Me This Way (Never released)  
Airbag Generation Airbag Generation 1996  
Set Me Free Set Me Free (with The Silicone Girls) 2000  

 

 



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Lolo Ferrari biography

Lolo Ferrari was born Eve Valois in Clermont-Ferrand (France), on November 8th, 1963 (her birth date varies according to sources). Ferrari was the last name of her grandfather. She spend her childhood in La Baule. As a teenager, she did some modelling. In 1988, she married Eric Vigne, a man 22 years her senior, who became her manager and encouraged her to undergo numerous plastic surgery operations, resulting into a 180 cm silicone-enhanced bust (22 enlargements, a Guinness world record). She suffered from a number of medical afflictions and lived with a heavy regimen of drugs. She appeared in a few pornographic films and took part to British Channel 4 television show Eurotrash, and in cabaret shows.

She released the excellent eurodance song Airbag Generation in 1996 under CNR. The single was remixed by Dominic Sas and Serge Ramaekers, licensed in Germany under Dance Pool. Then she recorded two more songs, a Euro disco cabaret song in french called Dance Dance Dance, and a cover of Thelma Houston's hit, Don't Leave Me This Way. Neither of the latter two songs was given a commercial release. In 2000, she recorded Set Me Free (accordgin to other sources, it was released in 1997, but it seems to be quite a rare track)

She tragically died in Grasse on May 5th 2000, real cause of her death remained undetermined. She was only 37.

Thanks to Abelito

Lolo Ferrari biography was last updated Sat, January 13th 2018

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