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t.A.T.u. Performed At The Sochi Opening Ceremony HOLDING HANDS! See Their Pro-Love Display HERE!

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It might have been a few years years since we last heard from t.A.T.u, but they're back, and they're trying to make a point at the Sochi Winter Olympics in Russia!

And that point is: Putin wants everyone to think he doesn't find gay people as illegally icky as everyone assumes! They aren't real lesbians, but they ARE holding hands! See?

Just ignore all the bad things you've heard!

Regardless of the thinly veiled attempt of trying to sway the world from being mad about Russia's anti-gay laws, the two gorgeous ladies made a pretty loud statement at the opening ceremony by holding hands and singing their song Not Gonna Get Us!

Let the nostalgia roll over you — and the boners — because Lena Katina and Yulia Volkova still look hot!

Did this change UR position on Russian and their homophobia??

P.S. — The Russian team walked out to a remix of Not Gonna Get Us!

[Image via AP Images.]

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t.A.T.u performed at the Sochi opening ceremony HOLDING HANDS despite Russia's anti-gay laws!
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3 comments to “t.A.T.u. Performed At The Sochi Opening Ceremony HOLDING HANDS! See Their Pro-Love Display HERE!”



  1. 1

    the Olympics are about sports NOT about homos.



  2. 2

    stupid fake dykesl

  3. SJM says – reply to this


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    You right Perez. See, Lena was on Queerfest (St. Petersburg) when the "propaganda gay" law was approved. She was the only artist who dared to give a concert there, many gays were afraid and did not go. Well, but this girl (Lena) just climb on the stage with her band y give the best solo concert in her short career. Energy was amazing, indescriptible. She sang t.A.T.u. hits and solo songs, obviously she sang All The Things She Said. Maybe t.A.T.u. are not lesbians but they dared to show themselves when gays had no the courage, maybe they aren't lesbians but have always been faithful to the Gay community. I wonder if it is fair that Gays discriminate two girls for not being lesbians when those girls have contributed their bit to diversity.