Patrick Fiori is a pop singer from Marseille who came to Europe's attention during the 1993 Eurovision Song Contest. He earned fourth place with his song "Mama Corsica," and a fair amount of attention for his debut album Puisque C'est L'heure, released the following year. Fiori landed the role of Phoebus in the original production of Notre Dame de Paris in 1998. His first hit single "Belle," was a song for the musical that he recorded with his co-stars Daniel Lavoie and Garou. The song rested at the number one spot on the French Singles Chart for several months and remains a best-selling single in both France and Belgium. After signing with Sony Records, his subsequent four albums staggered between certified double gold and gold, beginning with his 1998 double gold effort, Prends-Moi. Fiori released his eighth studio album L'instinct Masculin, in 2010.