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Connie Francis is an American singer, and is considered the most prolific female rock 'n' roll hit-maker of the early rock era, the late 1950s to the early 1960s. "Who's Sorry Now" launched her into super-stardom worldwide and, in 1957, reached No. 1 on the UK Singles Chart and in 2000, was named one of the "Songs of the Century.'
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Connie Francis' signature song, "Where the Boys Are", became one of the first pop songs to be recorded in foreign languages. Made into a 1960 motion picture with the same title Where the Boys Are, Connie Francis had a role in the film and sang the title song. She recorded her songs in nine languages and became an international star in the late 50s.
Connie Francis' autobiography, Who's Sorry Now? was published in 1984. In late December 2004, she headlined in Las Vegas for the first time since 1989.
The screenplay for a movie based on Connie Francis' life, titled Who's Sorry Now? is done, and filming is anticipated in 2006, as stated in a recent press conference on the production. Latin music star Gloria Estefan will produce the film and play the lead role of Connie Francis.