Number of songs: 1 | Total weeks on charts: 30 Appearing in a total number of: 5 charts | Total period running: 171 days
Julien Doré (born 7 July 1982) is a French singer-songwriter, actor, and winner of the fifth season of the television show Nouvelle Star, aired on the French Television M6 channel. He is also the great-great-great-nephew of Gustave Doré, a well-known illustrator of the 19th century.
Doré has had a successful musical career after winning Nouvelle Star with three studio albums, Ersatz (2008), Bichon (2011) and Løve (2013), all reaching top four on the official French Albums Chart. He has also gained chart success in Belgium and Switzerland.
In 2009, he recorded a duet with Cœur de Pirate of her song, "Pour un infidèle." A video was released to promote the song, showing the two as a 1960's-era celebrity couple.
Also in 2009, Doré recorded the song "Helsinki" with French singer Mélanie Pain. Doré also collaborated with French chanteuse Sylvie Vartan on her 2010 album release, Soleil bleu.