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Are t.A.T.u. back?

Posted by eurovision on top on September 11, 2017 at 7:05 PM

The most popular band in Russia's history, tATu, with only three years of existence, has left indelible traces in the local people's mind that they have dreamed of their return ever since. But internet is full of lies!

YouTube is full of tATu songs that are not really tATu songs, but since there really is not a live person who recognizes Julija Volkova or Jelena Katyina's voice, a lot of fans can not understand Russian and Cyrillic characters, so can be credible. It's been a couple of days ago that a song called Follow Me was added to the tATu Official channel, which is mainly due to the fact that it was not the band. Secondly, there is a problem with it, despite all the official tones, it is not really the official channel of tATu, but a fan who wants their favorite band to join the 2018 Russian football fever.

As sound- minded people bring a lot of clicks, the only Russian page on has been translated into two languages, so the girldaw has released a new song and wants to play the ominous opening in 2018. The inserted video is no longer the same as the enthusiastic enthusiast, but it is exactly the same lie.

Of course, from the Russian girl's career, the simple lies were far too far apart, as all of their career was built by the huge chamber that they were lesbians and lovers in each other. Lena Katyina did not stop singing, in 2011, for example, his Russian song MTV gave her the title of the video of the year, while she gave birth to a baby, and she also started acting.

Listen the supposed new song here:

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Reply fankelly
8:21 AM on October 10, 2017 
Thank you Lena and Julia for your music and your comeback in this year.