In the 1960s, a Vietnamese solo woman, nicknamed “Vietnamese Girl”, became a viral sensation thanks to a video that captured her tattooing a Viking’s helmet.
Her name was Le Duc, and she was a dancer, singer and dancer-poet.
The video, shot in a village in the southern province of Dong Khoi, was posted to YouTube in 2008 and went viral.
Since then, the Vietnamese Girl’s fame has spread across the globe, including on the Disney Channel.
Now, Le Duc has her own music video to go with her song, and her story is one of how she was brought to life.
But it was a chance encounter in 2003 that led to a lifetime of music and dance.
The music video, which was made for a Vietnamese festival in the northern province of Ngoc Nam, was filmed at a dance club in Nha Trang.
It featured dancers who were inspired by Le Duc’s tattoo.
They took a picture of her with her tattooed face, which had been inspired by the band A-ha.
“We took a photo of her, so we could send it to her and she could send us the image,” said Le Duc in the video.
It was a huge hit, with many Vietnamese people taking pictures of her and sharing them online.
The Vietnamese Girl eventually became an online sensation, gaining over two million views.
Le Duc was known for her strong, outspoken and very independent style, which made her a natural for a young Vietnamese girl.
“It was really hard for me to accept that this is what I am, that I am a girl,” Le Duc told NBC News.
She eventually decided to take up dance to help herself cope with her depression.
“I tried to figure out a way to dance and make some money,” Le Du said.
“Because I have a lot of depression, I thought, ‘I am going to have to figure something out, like, how to make money.'”
One of Le Ducs first moves in dance was to go to the local dance club to meet up with a group of other dancers.
“A-ha is the name of the group and we were dancing with them, so I got to meet A-HA, who is the lead singer,” Le Dup said.
It turned out Le Duc would be in a band called A-Ha, which would eventually become a popular dance group in Vietnam.
“And the next day, the group was going to meet me at the dance club, so that was a big surprise for me,” Le Le Duc said.
Le Dup was so nervous she didn’t want to dance with A-Has lead singer.
Instead, she had to go up to the stage with her friend, and the group danced together for hours.
The band then moved on to the next stage and Le Duc decided to join.
“My friends said to me, ‘You should join A- Ha because they have a very good group of dancers,'” Le Duc recalled.
But the group didn’t have much money and Le Du and her friends were left with no choice.
“So we just started to work and do this music video,” Le du said.
That video became a hit on YouTube, with more than five million views by April 2008.
A-hai became known as the country’s first-ever “pop band”.
A-Ho was one of the first pop bands in Vietnam, and it became a global phenomenon.
Le Du decided to start a new band to help her with the bills.
“The first thing I did was get a tattoo,” Le Dai said.
She started the tattoo artist on a daily basis, and tattooed on her left wrist a cross with a cross on it.
I wanted it to be permanent,” Le Dan said. “
When they came up to me later, they would give me the tattoo again and they’d say, “Congratulations.””
I wanted it to be permanent,” Le Dan said.
A few months later, Le Dai was contacted by A-A-Ha’s lead singer, Le Hui, who asked her to come up to a dance studio in Nong Khoi and have a rehearsal. “
There was a girl who had a tattoo that said, ‘A-HA’ in the bottom right hand corner,” Le Duch said.
A few months later, Le Dai was contacted by A-A-Ha’s lead singer, Le Hui, who asked her to come up to a dance studio in Nong Khoi and have a rehearsal.
“When I arrived, there was a guy there, who was just standing there, and I just looked around, and he said, “Hey, I have the best dance in town.””
He asked me what my name was and I said, ”Vietnam’s greatest pop band.”