tAtu reform…but already announce split

The popular Russian duo, tATu, recently reformed and performed at the Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony in Sochi, Russia and they also released a brand new single, Lyubov’ V Kazhdom Mgnovenii. However, they have already announced they will split again.

tATu took part in the 2003 Eurovision Song Contest in Riga, Latvia with the song, Ne Ver’, Ne Boysia. They finished in third place that year. The girls, Lena Katina and Yulia Volkova, were no strangers to controversy in their stage acts and music videos.

All The Things She Said was the first of many hit singles around the world. It went all the way to number one in the United Kingdom in 2002 for example. tATu followed this with more successful singles including Not Gonna Get Us and All About Us. They also had multi milion selling album around the world called 200 km/h in the Wrong Lane.

In 2011 Lena and Yulia announced that tATu would split to concentrate on their solo careers. Lena has released several singles including Never Forget that reached number one in Russia and also in the USA Billboard Dance Club charts. Yulia released singles too including Didn’t Wanna Do It.

For the fans of tATu there was great news in early 2014 when the girls announced they would reform. There first major appearance together was at the 2014 Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony in Sochi. There performance received much acclaim. The girls then released a brand new single Lyubov’ V Kazhdom Mgnovenii (Love In Every Moment).

No sooner had the exciting news of the Olympics performance and new single had happened, the girls announced they would split again due to differences and pressures. They will release a music video for their latest and last single soon.

You can see tATu perform the Russian version of Not Gonna Get Us (Nas Ne Dogoniat) at the Winter Olympics below and you can also hear their new song, Lyubov’ V Kazhdom Mgnovenii.

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Source: EuroVisionary; Wikipedia
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