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This message is still close to Julia’s heart “I’ve always wanted to help people. and together the band sold over 5 million copies of their debut album 200km/h In The Wrong Lane, making it the highest selling debut release from a Russian pop act in music history. “Our producer played a movie for us called “Show Me Love,” he thought it was a cool idea, so we discussed it and decided “we’ll try it.”” “A lot of young girls and boys around 14 and 15 years old are interested in trying different things, so it was a close feeling to us at the time. The video clip showed two teenage girls, kissing in the rain on the school yard, trapped behind a fence while the crowd stared on in disbelief. We got a lot of letters thanking us, that we’d helped them come out, they thought they were crazy that a girl could love a girl, or a boy could love a boy, that they were losing their minds, but we helped them to feel accepted.” After their success in Russia and Eastern Europe, the band began recording their songs in English. I had an experience with a girl and have had crushes on girls before.” It was this image of two young girls in love, fighting against the world, that helped boost t. As it turned out, it wasn’t Julia and Lena that were trapped behind the fence, but the crowd, allowing Julia and Lena to walk away freely, hand-in-hand.
I had an experience with a girl and have had crushes on girls before.” It was this image of two young girls in love, fighting against the world, that helped boost t. As it turned out, it wasn’t Julia and Lena that were trapped behind the fence, but the crowd, allowing Julia and Lena to walk away freely, hand-in-hand. Julia and Lena were given many different options for how the project could develop, including different band names. Their first single Ya Soshla S Uma, or “I’ve Lost My Mind” as it translates to in English, became a smash hit in Russia. Their single All About Us topped the charts in Europe and went platinum. In 2009, the year after the release of their album Waste Management, Julia made the decision to leave t.
A year later, she enrolled to study piano and went on to graduate from the Moscow State University. The film also starred Yulia Volkova and Mischa Barton. In 2014, they dissolved the band officially with a series of performances for the Olympic Games in Russia. Lena Katina has lent her support to her band mate Volkova on her cancer battle, who was diagnosed with cancer in 2009.
Lena is the daughter of Inessa Vsevolodovna Katina and Sergey Vasilievich Katin, who was a musician. Her paternal grandparents are Vasili Katin and Asya Nikitichna and her maternal grandfather is Vsevolod. As a solo artist, she released her debut single “Never Forget” on June 17, 2011. The group was one of the most successful Russian music groups of all time. Lena launched her music career at a tender age of 10, during which she joined the child-group “Avenue” in 1994 and served as a soloist until 1997. In 2011, she won the MTV Russia Video Of The Year award for her single Never Forget.
; born 20 February 1985), better known by the alternative spelling of Julia, is a Russian singer, recording artist and actress, best known for being a member in the Russian girl group t. The group's first single "All the Things She Said" topped the charts in countries including Australia, Austria, Denmark, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, Switzerland, the United States, and the United Kingdom, but also received controversy due to Julia and Lena kissing onscreen. At the age of 6, Volkova enrolled in music school and began learning how to play the piano. However, shortly after, Katina accused Volkova of blackmailing her, putting an end to t. During a complex surgery to remove the tumor, her laryngeal nerve was damaged, so Julia almost lost her voice. Produced by New Wave Production in the style of such films as Zombieland or Shaun of the Dead, Zombie Fever premiered at 15 August 2013 in Russia with the local name of "Zombi kanikuly 3D". The video of "Lubov v Kazhdom Mgnoveniy" (Love in every moment) was launched as a short film named "Together Apart" in 2014 as part of project CORNETTO's CUPIDITY.
A girl group who was managed in Moscow, Russia by Ivan Shapovalov in March 1999, the group signed a record deal with Universal Music Russia, where they eventually signed to Universal's sub-label Interscope Records in 2001. T.u.'s management released a press release officially stating that t. Julia signed a solo career with Gala Records in June 2011, and released her debut single "All Because of You" in November 2011. A.t.u which ended in a TV performance for the Olympic Games in Russia. In 2016, Volkova talked for the first time about her disease, revealing that in 2012 she was diagnosed with thyroid cancer. According to the post on her official site Zombie Fever is a Russian language zombie horror/comedy movie shot on location in Minsk, Belarus.
Together, they have a son named Aleksandr (born, May 22, 2015). But she loves to dye her hair in various hues, mostly red color. In addition to her first language Russian, she can speak fluent English.