Russian Pop Duo t.A.T.u. Dropped the Gay Propaganda for Their Olympic Reunion

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Whether it was out of fear or just because they've moved on with their lives, the Russian Pop Duo t.A.T.u. reunited during the Sochi Olympics Opening Ceremony without the slightest hint of any "gay propaganda."

It's been more than 10 years since they hit American radio stations with their gay-love anthem "All the Things She Said," and it appears the girls have left their school girl uniforms and PDA behind. The girls performed the Russian version of their hit "Not Gonna Get Us" during an early segment of the opening ceremonies. That performance wasn't aired outside of Russia and has already been pulled from its spot on Youtube.

Thankfully though, Lena Katina and Julia Volkova are as into Instagram as they are into supporting Team Russia.

And although they stopped claiming to be lesbians a really long time ago, here's a little reminder of what their live performances looked like, circa 2003:

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