"Ella, elle l'a"

She was, and is still, one of the most acclaimed singers of all times. She is the perfect example of a woman who believed in herself and kept doing what she wanted to do despite being discriminated due to her race and social origin…

She received an honorary Harvard graduate whereas she had to skip school to work. She won 14 Grammy Awards while she received no musical education. She performed at the White House while she started her career singing on the streets…

The influence of the “first lady of song” was so significant she had dozen of songs composed in her honor, among other the 1987’s song (“Ella, elle l’a”) by France Gall and Michel Berger who was a long time admirer of Ella Fitzgerald.