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Barbara Bui

Front Row at Barbara Bui

Front Row at Barbara Bui

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Rossy de Palma and Coeur de Pirate took in the show on Thursday.

WINNERS TAKE ALL: Rossy de Palma was sporting a new hairdo at the Barbara Bui show in Paris on Thursday.

“They cut off my hair for ‘Graziella,’” she said, referring to her upcoming movie slated for spring. “It’s a dramatic role, very beautiful — a love story with a lot of complications. And the characters are all losers.

“But the losers win in the end because when you have love, you are already a winner,” declared de Palma, who is in town for the César awards ceremony Friday evening.

Béatrice Martin, aka Coeur de Pirate, was showing off a new tattoo on her already generously ornamented arms. It said “Romy” — referring to her 18-month-old daughter, who was named after Romy Schneider.

The Canadian singer-songwriter said her newly released album of covers was “doing really great,” especially in Brazil, although she couldn’t explain why.

“I haven’t even been there,” she said, astonished.

This summer, Martin will record in English for the first time, in a “Nina Simone kind of style,” she said. “It will be very piano and percussion oriented” — the direction she’d like to go with her music.

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