|Birth name Marie-Claude Jourdain|
Name Lova Moor
|Occupation(s) Singer, dancer|
Genres Pop music
Years active 1986–2003
|Born 5 March 1946 (age 69) (1946-03-05) |
Albums Lova Moor: Best of Collector (Le meilleur des annees 80)
Similar People Alain Bernardin, Rosa Fumetto, Francois Valery, Karen Cheryl, Sophie Favier
LOVA MOOR: ET JE DANSE (version maxi)
Lova Moor (born Marie-Claude Jourdain; 5 March 1946) is a French dancer and singer.
Lova Moor was born in La Grève-sur-Mignon, Charente-Maritime. She began her career as a nude dancer. Hired by Alain Bernardin at the Crazy Horse Saloon, she quickly reached notoriety by becoming leader of the troupe and by marrying her employer, who died in 1994.
In 1986, she released her debut single, "Tendresse SOS" which passed unnoticed, then "Et je danse" in 1988 which hit #9 on the French SNEP Singles Chart. Her next singles, "Je m'en balance" (1989), "Danse encore" (1990), "My Life" (1991), "Jealous" (1992), "As You Want" (1993), "Ma Géographie" (1993), "Oh les mecs" (1997) and "Batucada" (1998). A compilation containing another song "C'est vrai" was released in 2003 by Yvon Chataigner. She appeared in three films : Crazy Horse de Paris (Alain Bernardin, 1977), Saturday, Sunday and Friday (Castellano & Pipolo, 1979) and Le Tronc (Bernard Faroux and Karl Zéro, 1992).