She is often seen in her Pink Ladies jacket with the other girls.Frenchy is fun-loving, bubbly, and flighty, but a very friendly member of the Pink Ladies.Frenchy is one of the main protagonists in Grease, a charter member of the Pink Ladies. She drops out of high school to go to beauty school (which fails), and later goes back to study chemistry, so she can make her own crack. Frenchy is played in both the 19 movies by Didi Conn, in the 2016 live performance by Carly Rae Jepsen, and in the 2017 play version by Kimberley Goon (alongside her co-star/boyfriend and singer, Ben Peel whom played Goon's love interest).The characters real name is Francesca Alicia Facciano, but she was given the nickname Frenchy, and it stuck.Things will be slightly different if they’re both foreigners in a third country.Knowing these local rules is of an utmost importance.It is so funny to see how some social behaviors are exactly the same between France and the US, and others are completely different. Well, this was a big shock to me when I arrived in the US. I understood of course a man and a woman could be interested in each other in a romantic way, let me reassure you.
Speaking to The Las Vegas Review Journal back in 2014, Frenchy revealed the motive for her cosmetic surgery, saying: 'I need to make myself ready for Hollywood, by getting "Barbiefied", and added, 'I am Plastic Fantastique! Bad news if he belongs to the tribe of baggy linen pants and ribbed turtlenecks. You’ll have the pleasure of explaining particularly American concepts such as Snooki, Shamu, Spring Break, Texas and Pizza Bites. He’ll comment on your outfits (positively) and discuss style in general more than an American boy might. He’s probably well-traveled considering that living in France allows you the advantage of hopping over to Italy or Spain for a weekend. Unless he magically learned English from watching episodes of : Angry/hungry, happiness/a penis. He’ll probably do all he can to give you respect and treat you like a princess.I tend to find these confused moments to be hilarious and endearing. And it’s proving popular with more than 6 million users worldwide - a figure that is expected to hit 10 million by the end of the year.“We wanted to introduce a bit more real life into the dating experience.