Sweden: Måns Zelmerlöw’s single charts high in France

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Måns Zelmerlöw’s single Je ne suis qu’un homme is rising on the French radio music chart.

Je ne suis qu’un homme is the French version of Måns Zelmerlöw‘s single Should’ve gone home, a song from his album Perfectly Damaged. Should’ve gone home (Je ne suis qu’un homme) was already released in December 2015 and is a non-album single. The song is getting considerable airplay on the French radio, and has now risen to the 11th spot in the overall French radio music chart. Måns Zelmerlöw is of course very happy with this international success, as he shared on his official Facebook-page:

Wow! Great news. Should’ve gone home (the French version) is no11 this week in French radio! Merci tout le monde en France! Let’s get it even higher!

Enjoy Should’ve gone home (Je ne suis qu’un homme):

Måns Zelmerlöw (Lund, Sweden, 1986) is a Swedish singer and TV-presenter. He won the Eurovision Song Contest 2015 in Vienna, Austria, with the song Heroes, earning a total of 365 points in the Grand Final. In 2016 he hosted the Eurovision Song Contest in Stockholm, Sweden, together with Petra Mede.

Watch Måns Zelmerlöw performing his winning song Heroes during the Grand Final of Eurovision 2015 once again:

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