#PlayTime: Remember tATu? They're Performing At The Winter Olympics

06 February 2014 by

TATU Sochi Winter Olympics


In a bit of a work slump right now? Welcome to #PlayTime, Grazia Daily's new music feature bringing you a different hot track every day of the week. From just-dropped music premieres to cool covers and throwback classics, its the new soundtrack to your afternoon.

In a very strange turn of events, it's been announced that Russian duo t.A.T.u will play at the Sochi Winter Olympics. The pair whose biggest UK hit was 2003's 'All The Things She Said' - yep, the one where they wore school uniform - will perform during the Opening Ceremony later this month.

Considering the pair's faux-lesbian vibe it seems an odd choice for a country that recently brought in an anti-gay propaganda law, but the decision does give us the perfect excuse to listen to t.A.T.u's singular greatest hit. Shouty, raucous and both awful and incredible at the same time - 'All The Things She Said'is just what you need to power through the afternoon.

Oh, and let's not forget 'Not Gonna Get Us'…

Need more #PlayTime? Check out Miley Cyrus' raunchy cover of Arctic Monkeys' 'Why D'You Only Call Me When I'm High' or Lorde's little sister India Yelich O'Connor performing 'Say Something'.

Reckon they'll be any good? Let us know @Grazia_Live

Found a hot new track you think we should check out? Email kate.lloyd@graziadaily.co.uk


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