Arlette Zola is a singer who represented Switzerland in the Eurovision Song Contest 1982. She was born Arlette Jaquet in the city of Fribourg on 29 April 1949. Her song, "Amour on t'aime", was an upbeat number in the style of the UK 1968 entry "Congratulations".
Zola was placed third behind Germany and Israel. She made two further attempts at reaching the Eurovision finals. In 1984 she took third place in the Swiss final with Emporte-moi. 1985 also saw her in third spot, this time with Aime-moi, performed with Helder and the Heldernauts.
An early Arlette Zola song, "Je suis folle de tant d'aimer", dating back to the 1960s, can be heard on the CD Swinging Mademoiselles.
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