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Faux-Lesbian Duo tATu to Perform at Sochi Opener

World | February 7, 2014, Friday // 13:59| Views: 793 | Comments: 0
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Bulgaria: Faux-Lesbian Duo tATu to Perform at Sochi Opener Photo by RIA Novosti

Russian faux-lesbian pop duo tATu will perform at the opening ceremony of the Sochi Olympics, according to reports.

The reports come as a surprise given that much of the pre-Games press coverage has focused on Russia's recently-introduced controversial law banning anything that may be construed as”propaganda” of homosexuality.

Rumors that tATu would feature at the Fisht Olympic Stadium were reported by R-Sport last month, when signer Lena Katina wrote and the swiftly deleted a tweet that read: “They’ve invited us to appear at the opening of the Olympics in Sochi."

She also described the organization of the event as a "nightmare,” according to RIA Novosti.
Commenting on their appearance at show, its creative director Konstantin Ernst said the duo's role would be a bit-part at best.

"tATu are performing at the pre-show, where various popular artists will be on show," Ernst said. " tATu is one of the few groups that is world famous, although most of the ceremony is built upon classical and symphonic music," Ernst said, as cited by RIA Novosti.

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