|Posted by Eurovision On Top on May 15, 2020 at 5:05 AM|
Jacqueline Boyer is currently the oldest living Eurovision winner. With only 18 she was the first teenager to win the contest. Now, she is 79 years old. With many successes on the screen, his last participation was on TV in 1981 with the TV film. Recently she has been acting about his audio book Histoire de 3 vies extraordinaires In which she tells the extraordinary life of stars of the fifties: their parents and singers Lucienne Boyer and Jacques Pills, and Edith Piaf her stepdaughter.