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Ce n'est pas la première à se faire piéger dans ce répertoire mais Joan Sutherland par exemple s'amusait beaucoup plus.
Après s'être rêvée danseuse étoile, elle entame parallèlement des études d'allemand, de théâtre et de chant, catégorie soprano léger.
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