Tatu fake relationship– Yulia Volkova and her band-mate, Lena Katina, kissed and ran around the rain on videos for Russian pop duo t.first A.T.u’s hit “All Things she Said” — a peak on Billboard Hot No. 20 more than ten years ago. Although the picture was played, the duo later admitted that it meant only lesbian relationships to boost advertising. Now they’re back in the news because Volkova was on Russian TV and said she’s ‘won’t accept a homosexual son.’ Here you can see the interview from Volkova. It’s in Russian, but the translation on YouTube has been confirmed by Billboard. The singer formed a child’s music group Neposedy and signed the album, 200 PV (2001), with the Russian label Reformat before the release of producer and director Ivan Shapovalov.
I wouldn’t hear much about the duo in the 17 years that followed—probably as a result of a frenetically trying to repudiate my gayness over my teenage years and eliminate most Queer content from my mind. With Interscope Records, the duo signed a 200-km-hour Walk in the Wrong Lane (2002). It was an alien group’s first album in Japan that got platinum from IFPI for 1 million copies that were sold in Europe. It was also internationally recognized in the United States.”
Well, because childhood memories often reveal themselves strangely in their entirety, the t.A.T.u came to me a few weeks ago in a dream fever. At around 1 am, I woke up, type in my notes the band name, and walked back to sleep. (I just don’t know how or why don’t ask.