According to The Sun, Lena Katina and Julia Volkova, who topped the charts for four weeks in Feb 2003 with ‘All The Things She Said’ may even change the name of their band – though, as previously reported, that has more to do with the fact their former manager, Ivan Shapovalov, owns that name and has said they aren’t allowed to use it anymore now that they have dispensed with his services.
An insider told the paper: “The truth is the girls were never lesbians in the first place. They feel like they were exploited. They were only aged 14 and 15 when they started singing in concert halls and doing sexy routines. They still want to be controversial and shocking. They want to look and act hotter than ever before – but not as lesbians. Julia and Lena are getting rid of their skimpy school uniforms in favour of a sassier, sexier look.”
This shocking news, not, comes via CMU. If it weren’t for former managers, who would acts trying to re-invent themselves have to blame? Oh yes, they might have to take responsibility for their own actions.Powered by Sidelines