French model, actress, singer, and sex symbol of the '60s, Brigitte Bardot recorded pop songs as a part of the yé-yé movement in collaboration with Serge Gainsbourg. Some of her hits from the '60s included "Harley Davidson," "Je me Donne a Qui me Plaît," and "Bubble Gum." Brigitte asked Serge to not release the French duet he sang with her, "Je t'aime . . . Moi non Plus" ("I Love You . . . Me Neither"), so he rerecorded it with model and girlfriend Jane Birkin in 1969. But in 1986, the version with Brigitte was released and was the third most downloaded song when Universal Records put its back catalog online in 2006.