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Leslie Bourgouin, better known by her mononym Leslie, is a French pop-R&B singer born on February 4, 1985 in Le Mans, France. Her father is Vietnamese and Polynesian while her mother is French. In 2007, she recorded a duet single with the R&B singer Bobby Valentino, "Accorde-moi". The same year, she covered several 1980s songs on her album Futur 80, including "Boule de flipper" originally sang by Corynne Charby, "Mise au point" by Jakie Quartz and "Les BĂȘtises" by Sabine Paturel.

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