Régine, France's 'queen of the night', dies at 92

Régine, credited with having created the disco format of nightclubs in the 1950s in France, who later opened a chain of nightclubs attracting the wealthy and famous across the globe, and who was also a successful singer and occasional actress, has died at the age of 92.

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French singer, actress and self-proclaimed inventor of the discotheque Régine has died aged 92, reports BBC News.