1- Sheila is the stage name of a French pop singer whose real name is Annie Chancel (she is not related to Jacques Chancel, the TV host). She was born on August 16, 1945 in Créteil. "Sheila" was the title of her first release, which was a French cover version of the American hit by Tommy Roe. Sheila started her musical career in 1962, after being noticed by Claude Carrère, a French music producer and songwriter.
This collaboration would last actively for over 20 years. It ended definitely in 1995 with a highly publicized lawsuit. Sheila had numerous and well-remembered hits in the 1960s and 1970s, playing the well-behaved young girl image. The first one was "L'école est finie" (School is over), in 1962.
In the Eight Women movie, Ludivine Sagnier sang her 1963 "Papa t'es plus dans l'coup" (Daddy, you are not in on it anymore) hit. Sheila's music also features prominently in the 1996 French film Une robe d'été (A Summer Dress). The character Sébastien is a devoted fan of Sheila, and Sheila's version of the Sonny & Cher classic, "Bang Bang," is featured on the soundtrack. In 1977 she came back as Sheila and B.Make Sheila Playlist