If you fell in love with Megan Draper on Sunday night, you weren't alone. Actress Jessica Paré's sultry rendition of the '60's French pop hit "Zou Bisou Bisou" for Don Draper's surprise 40th birthday party was undoubtedly the highlight of the two-hour season premiere of "Mad Men," with the gorgeous chanteuse giving a beyond-sexy performance for her husband.
Wisely, Lionsgate Television Music Paré's sultry rendition of the track (loosely translated as "Oh you, Kiss, Kiss") from the show. The single was released digitally at midnight on iTunes, with special limited edition vinyl to be sold through the AMC Mad Men website. Shortly thereafter, there will be a wide retail release.
Here's a taste of the magic, if you missed it:
"Zou Bisou Bisou" was originally recorded in 1961 by British actress and pop star Gillian Hills, who was discovered by French film director Roger Vadim and starred in the British film Beat Girl. The new version of "Zou Bisou Bisou" is produced by "Mad Men" creator-executive producer Matthew Weiner, Lionsgate TV Music Head Russell Ziecker, "Mad Men" composer David Carbonara and recording engineer James T. Hill.