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But that’s not enough for this fiery red head, who has released “Levántame” — the Spanish-language version of her song “Lift Me Up”.
The video only added to the enduring speculation about their sexuality which they did little to dispel at the time.
In 2009 Katina began a solo career, which caused t. 1 on the MTV Russia Top 10 and also won the MTV Russia – 2011 Video Of The Year. The then 14-year-old Julia Volkova was added to the project some time afterward, and in 2001, the duo rose to popularity in Russia, and later in the world. soon became the most successful Russian group of all time, leaving a number of hits behind them, such as "All the Things She Said", "Not Gonna Get Us" and "All About Us". During a video conference with her fans on 13 December, Katina was asked by a fan for information on when her album would be released, to which she replied: "I also would like to know the answer to this question [laughs]...
Katina was born in Moscow on 4 October 1984 to the musician, Sergey Katin – who collaborated with "Dyuna", Marina Khlebnikova and other representatives of Russian show-business. With the project still in development, Katina had the opportunity to record demos (credited as t. Feeling satisfied with his choices, Shapovalov signed Volkova and Katina to t. T.u., but the contract with Shapovalov also demanded that the girls present a lesbian image. They also took part in Eurovision Song Contest 2003 and finished third with Ne Ver', Ne Boysia. I am trying to find a label, but they don't want me, for some reason..." Katina's connection to fans went down at this point and the remaining comments made by her were lost.
Starting at just 4 years old, on her father's initiative, Katina began to attend various sport and music clubs for the purpose of fostering plastic arts and artistic talents. stemmed from the common fascination and fantasy of school-girl lesbian lovers among men, knowing that the duo would be highly appealing to a diverse fan-base. After breaking away from Shapovalov in 2004, the girls came clean and stated that Shapovalov had created the lesbian image, and that they were even told what to say in interviews. In 2007, Katina, along with her bandmate, Yulia Volkova, starred in a film You and I, with Mischa Barton playing the lead role. website that Katina is to undertake a solo career under the guidance and management of the T. Lena's single Never Forget reached number one in MTV’s "Russian Top 10 – Year in review" chart.
When she was seven Katina entered an ordinary school and within a year she entered music school for piano classes. After auditioning 400 girls, Shapovalov selected Katina for t. The film was directed by Roland Joffe and was presented at the Cannes Film Festival in 2008. She has recorded in several different locations such as Los Angeles, New York City and her hometown Moscow. Since then Katina has released several songs including "Waiting", and "Lost In This Dance", and has performed several songs live such as "World", "Just A Day", "The Beast (So Not Cool)", and "Fed Up (IRS)" in both English and Russian.