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Sofia Essaïdi (, born 6 August 1984) is a French-Moroccan singer. She was born in Casablanca, to a Moroccan father and a French mother.
The song was covered by Michał Kwiatkowski and Sofia Essaïdi, on 30 October 2003, in French show "Star Academy France", but this version was not released as a single.
Jalila Essaïdi (born 1980) is a Dutch artist and entrepreneur based in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. Essaïdi is specialized in the fields of modern biotechnology and biological arts (bio-art). She is best known for her work ‘2.6g 329m/s’, also known as ‘Bulletproof Skin’, a project that achieved bioengineered bulletproof human skin. This project combined "in vitro" human skin with spider silk from genetically modified organisms to create a material that stops a slow-speed bullet, yet is pierced by one fired at normal speed.
Essaidi is director of Inspidere B.V., a biotech company based in Brainport region Eindhoven In 2011 Essaïdi founded the BioArt Laboratories Foundation, a foundation that offers citizens access to a creative hybrid laboratory and the tools and knowledge of the life sciences.
In 2009 he worked on the musical "Cléopâtre, la dernière reine d'Égypte" (Cleopatra, Last Queen of Egypt). with lead role by Sofia Essaïdi. The same year, he choreographed "Pastorale" that played at Théâtre du Châtelet, an opera featuring the vocals of "Star Academy" and "Nouvelle Star".
The song was quickly aired by the radio NRJ and RTL. With this song, Grégoire was nominated at the 2008 NRJ Music Awards in the category 'French revelation of the year' and performed it on the show in a new version with Sheryfa Luna, Shy'm, Zaho, Natasha St-Pier, Sofia Essaïdi, Nâdiya et Louisy Joseph. "Toi + Moi" was thus included on the "NRJ Music Awards 2009" compilation.
In August 2016, it was announced that the French private national TV channel TF1 is producing a remake of the series, titled "" ("In the Shadow of the Killer"). The French adaptation will star Emmanuelle Seigner and Melvil Poupaud as the leads, and supporting cast that will include: Jean-Hugues Anglade, Claire Keim, Patrick Chesnais, Bérengère Krief and Sofia Essaïdi. Filming began in Lyon on 12 September 2016.
The second season of "L'École des stars" started on 20 November 2009 and finished on 25 December 2009. Episodes were broadcast at 20:40 on Fridays. There were 32 participants after a national casting in which more than 2000 children applied. From the 32 candidates, ten were selected and then four finalists, then the winner. The winner of this series was the 9-year-old Léo Rispal. The permanent jury was composed of Maureen Dor and Bruno Berberes with invited artist / juries that changed from episode to episode including Sofia Essaïdi, Hélène Ségara, Didier Barbelivien, Amandine Bourgeois, Dany Brillant and Tina Arena. Guest performing artists were Sliimy, Emmanuel Moire, Rose, Amaury Vassili, La troupe de Mozart and Peps.
Amaury Vassili was invited to many shows such as "Le Plus Grand Cabaret Du Monde" (France2), the "13h00 news" (TF1 with more than 10 millions of TV viewers), the "Sidaction"sShow (France2), "Les Années Bonheur" (France2), "Morandini!" (Direct8) etc. Amaury will continue participating to various shows on all French TV channels. In addition, France3 broadcasts a short program several times a day. Just before the Big Final, France3 will broadcast a video about the Eurovision Song Contest in Düsseldorf with Amaury Vassili and various other artists. The target is clearly to have French TV viewers understand the reality and the importance of the event through its organisation, by visiting the press centre, the arena, et cetra, and with interviews with European press and fans. A show called "En Route Pour L'Eurovision Avec Amaury" will be recorded on the 29th of April and broadcast by France3 on May the 9th, 5 days before the Big Final. TV archives will let viewers dive into the Eurovision Song Contest history. Many past contests singers will participate in the show like Marie Myriam, Catherine Ferry, Séverine, Corinne Hermes, Natasha Saint-Pier, Patrick Fiori, Tom Dice, Eric Saade, Raphael Gualazzi and Amaury Vassili. Young French artists will join and sing past Eurovision hits. Among them, Sofia Essaïdi, Shym (who will sing "White and Black Blues"), the Mamma Mia group, et cetra.