"Bonjour mon ami!" You've got a friend in France…or so. Social networking powerhouse MySpace is coming to a website…near you. After running a beta site for several months, the French version of MySpace will go live this week. It will compete against rivals such as Skyblog, which grew out of a French rap radio station and had 13.2 million unique visitors in France in November. MySpace, bought by News Corp.'s billionaire Rupert Murdoch for $580 million in 2005 is looking to boost its global network of users via international expansion. France is the second European country to play host to MySpace. The U.K version attracted 6.9 million unique users late 2006.