Lara Fabian (born Lara Crokaert; January 9, 1970, Etterbeek, Belgium) is a Belgian-born international singer who also holds Canadian citizenship. Multilingual, she sings in French, Italian and Spanish, English, in all of which she is fluent. She has sold over 18 million records worldwide so far. She became a Canadian citizen in 1994 at the time she began her career in Quebec. Pure, her first succesfull album, was released in June 1997. Pure sold over two million copies in France alone and the album went platinum in less than two weeks. The album spawned several hit singles: "Tout", "Je t'aime", "Humana" and the anti-homophobia anthem "La Différence", each sold more than one million copies. Other hits: "Pas sans toi", "Tu t'en Vas", "Si tu m'aimes" et "Leila". She also sang Serge Lama's "Je suis malade".