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    1Rendez-Vous lyrics
    2Ouragan lyrics
    Le Séga Mauricien lyrics
    4Fleurs Du Mal lyrics
    5Flash lyrics
    6One Love To Give lyrics
    7I'm Waiting For You lyrics
    8L'Or De Nos Vies lyrics
    Kyo feat. Amel Bent, Anggun, Bénabar, Corneille, Emma Daumas, Emmanuel Moire, Jenifer, Leslie, M. Pokora, Patrick Bruel, Roch Voisine, Stéphanie and Tété
    9Irresistible lyrics
    10Live Your Life lyrics

    Most Popular Albums (more)

    1Référence 80 [2011]
    2Stéphanie [1991]
    3Live Your Life [1986]
    4Besoin (First LP) [1986]
    5Dieser Moment [2015]
    6Besoin [1986]


    Princess Stéphanie of Monaco, Countess of Polignac (real name Stéphanie Marie Élisabeth Grimaldi, born on February 1, 1965) is a member of the princely family of Monaco. She is the youngest child of Grace, Princess of Monaco & Rainier III of Monaco & the sister of Albert II of Monaco & Princess Caroline. Stéphanie has been a singer, swimwear designer & fashion model. Her mother lovingly called the princess her "wild child".

    In 1983, after her physical recovery from the accident which killed her mother, Stéphanie started an apprentice program at Christian Dior under the direction of head designer Marc Bohan, who had been a friend to Princess Grace. At the end of 1984, she débuted as a model on the biannual haute couture special published by Spanish magazine ¡Hola! (she repeated the assignment in 1990). Soon after, she graced the cover of German Vogue & the American edition of Vanity Fair in July 1985. She also became the face of the Swiss beauty line La Prairie, for which she was photographed by Horst & she appeared on the cover of French Vogue, photographed by the late Helmut Newton, in September 1986.

    However, in September of the same yearn she launched a swimwear line, called Pool Position with Alix de la Comble, whom she had met while an intern at Dior. The fashion show to present the line, held at the Sporting Club in Monaco, was a major event covered by the world's media. The front row included Prince Rainier & her siblings, Prince Albert and Princess Caroline. A year later, a second collection was presented again in Monte-Carlo. In 1989, the princess launched her own perfume, called "Stephanie", but that did not last for long either. Later in the mid-1990s, she had a Replay cafe & store in Monaco, after she became a kind of spokesperson for the brand. She also helped open the Replay Store and Café in Barcelona in 1997.

    In late 2008, she agreed to guest edit the December 2008/January 2009 issue of French Vogue.

    Music career
    In February 1986, Stéphanie released her first single with the French label Carrere, under the production of Yves Roze. The song "Irresistible" and its French version "Ouragan" quickly reached the international Top 10, reportedly selling more than 2 million copies. In September, she released a full album called Besoin, reportedly selling more than 1.5 million copies (also released as Live Your Life in some countries) with eight new songs, including "One Love To Give" (with its French version "Flash"), which was released as a single & reached the hit parade all over Europe. In January 1987, she released the single "Young Ones Everywhere" to benefit UNICEF.

    In 1987, Stéphanie moved to Los Angeles. However, it took 5 years for her next recordings to be released & sales were disappointing, only 3,000 copies in the USA. The album had 10 songs, including the single "Winds Of Chance", for which the video clip was recorded in the Canary Islands. The producers tried to leave her Europop style behind and create a more grown-up album with English-only lyrics. Her first & only live tour took place in the summer of 1991 in Europe & South America, to promote the album called Stéphanie, released in the U.S. by Sony Music. U.S. critics gave the album negative reviews. She also recorded "In The Closet" with Michael Jackson under the alias of Mystery Girl for his album, Dangerous. She then ended her pop music career.

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