France's first lady Carla Bruni to release new album Stateside

Mrs. Sarkozy will also appear on US news show

France's first lady Carla Bruni to release new album Stateside
France's first lady Carla Bruni has announced that she will release her new album in the US next week.

'Comme Si De Rien N'Etait', which translates to 'As If Nothing Had Happened', is due out in the US on August 5. It debuted at Number One when it was released in France earlier his year.

The model-turned-singer self-penned the album, which includes collaborations with French novelist Michel Houellebecq, singer Julien Clerc, and a cover of Bob Dylan’s 'You Belong To Me'.

The album tracklisting is:

'Ma jeunesse'
'La possibilité d'une île'
'Tu es ma came'
'Salut marin'
'Ta tienne'
'Péché d'envie'
'You Belong To Me'
'Le temps perdu'
'Déranger les pierres'
'Je suis une enfant'
'Notre grand amour est mort'
'Il vecchio e il bambino'

Meanwhile, Bruni is set to appear on US news programme '20/20' tomorrow (August 1), where she will perform and be interviewed by Barbara Walters.

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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