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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Betty Mars (born Yvette Baheux, July 30, 1944 in Paris - died February 20, 1989 in Paris) was a French singer and actress, best known for her participation in the 1972 Eurovision Song Contest. Mars was the youngest of ten children and from an early age showed a flair for dance and acrobatics. By age 16 she was appearing in revues and spent the 1960s travelling as a lead performer in shows around Europe and the Americas. In 1971 she was spotted singing in cabaret by composer Frédéric Botton, who offered her the song "Monsieur l'étranger" which became her first recording.
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