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WTF Reunion of 2012: t.A.T.u. Perform on ‘The Voice Romania’

cW3HpWqnYggRemember t.A.T.u., the faux-lesbian girl group from the 2000s who were all over MTV with hits like All The Things She Said and Not Gonna Get Us? They haven’t released new material or performed in nearly four years and officially disbanded last year after plenty of nasty comments about each other to the press, but reunited last night for a completely random (and sexy) performance on The Voice Romania. Is this the start of a comeback?

Unfortunately, while Lena Katina and Julia Volkova still did their hugging, hand-holding schtick on stage, it doesn’t have quite the same effect anymore — since they’ve both admitted long ago it was all an act. And their voices still need a lot of work. Oh well, at least they looked hot…

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Listen To t.A.T.u.’s New (And Final) Single, ‘Love In Every Moment’

764574Once I became a teenager and started actively listening to pop music (pre-teen I was obsessed with more alternative ’90s fare like Garbage and Alanis Morissette), some of my absolute favourite artists were rebellious girl bands like TLC, Sugababes, and All Saints (I never really got the fuss around the overly-polished Destiny’s Child).

However, I don’t think any girl band spoke to me more than t.A.T.u. and their debut album, 200 km/h in the Wrong Lane did. Despite being a newly-gay 15-year-old when it came out, it wasn’t really the whole gay thing that drew me into t.A.T.u.’s wild world — it was everything.

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t.A.T.u. Not Lesbians!

yAccording to The Sun, Lena Katina and Julia Volkova, who topped the charts for four weeks in Feb 2003 with ‘All The Things She Said’ may even change the name of their band – though, as previously reported, that has more to do with the fact their former manager, Ivan Shapovalov, owns that name and has said they aren’t allowed to use it anymore now that they have dispensed with his services.

An insider told the paper: “The truth is the girls were never lesbians in the first place. They feel like they were exploited. They were only aged 14 and 15 when they started singing in concert halls and doing sexy routines. They still want to be controversial and shocking. They want to look and act hotter than ever before – but not as lesbians. Julia and Lena are getting rid of their skimpy school uniforms in favour of a sassier, sexier look.”

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t.A.T.u’s Fake Lesbian Against Real Gays

hIn a very screwed up tale of the pot calling the kettle a goddamn hypocrite, Yulia Volkova, one of the fake lesbian singers of t.A.T.u., told Russian television that she would condemn her son if he were gay. Yeah, really. The reason? “I believe that a real man must be a real man. God created man for procreation, it is the nature. The man for me is the support, the strength of … I won’t accept a gay son,” however, “Two girls together — not the same thing as the two men together. It seems to me that lesbians look aesthetically much nicer than two men holding their hands or kissing.”

Lovely. Volkova’s band gained world recognition with songs like “All The Things She Said” and “Not Gonna Get Us” which referenced (and showed, if you remember their music videos) their struggle as a lesbian pair. Turns out it was a bunch of calculated bullshit to become famous, they’re both straight and apparently were both married (to men, not each other). Oh but don’t worry! She doesn’t hate gays, she “just want[s] [her] son to be a real man, not a fag,” adding, she “has many gay friends. I believe that being gay is all still better than murderers, thieves or drug addicts. If you choose out of all this, being gay a little better than the rest.” Phew! For a second we thought she was going to say something appalling. Wait a minute…

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