- Yelena Sergeyevna Katina
- Russian Federation
- Singer Songwriter
- Figure Skating
- Curves Sexy Eyes Gorgeous Red Hair Bald Pussy Completely Shaven
- Never Was A Lesbian
Lena Katina Introduction
Lena Katina is one-half of the Russian pop group t.A.T.u., who are infamous for using a fake lesbian angle to promote themselves. Their raunchy routines caused controversy, but helped them sell a huge amount of their first album, 200Km/h An Hour In The Wrong Lane.
t.A.T.u. are still active, and now free of former manager Ivan Shapovalov's control the girls have dropped the lesbian angle and have much more involvement in their songwriting and the band's marketing, but that's not to say they aren't still causing controversy. The music video for recent single Beliy Plashik (White Robe) feaured Yulia topless in the shower and Lena fully nude stretched out on a bed.
Lena has always been somewhat in Yulia's shadow, as most of the media attention seems to get drawn to Yulia, but to many Lena is the more attractive of the two girls. With her beauty, a curvaceous body and an angelic voice, what's not to like?
Lena Katina Childhood
Born in Moscow, Katina is the eldest of three children, and the only daughter of Sergey Katin, a renowned Russian pop music author, and Inessa Katina. Her younger, half sister Katya has a different father and her half brother Ivan has a different mother. She was raised religious and is a practicing Russian Orthodox Christian.
In 1992 she joined the famous Russian children's ensemble "Avenue". She was part of it for three years, and at age 11 was selected for "Neposedi", the most popular and prestigious children's chorus at the time.
Lena's hobbies include artistic gymnastics, ballroom dancing, figure skating, swimming and horseback-riding. She is also a skilled pianist.
She stated in a 2006 Telehit interview that she used to listen to artists such as Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, and Pink Floyd when she was younger.
Lena Katina Career
Katina was the first to be chosen by Ivan Shapovalov for the t.A.T.u. project. She recorded a few demos, including "Yugoslavia" and "Belochka", then Volkova was added to the project. Part of the stringent management of the group required her to lose nearly 10 kilograms. Katina stated in a 2006 interview on Telehit that her parents were unhappy when she decided to become a singer, and that her father had no influence on her decision.
Katina has also done various solo singing since t.A.T.u. was formed, both for the group and for herself.
Katina speaks English well and enjoys reading, especially romance novels. Lena also enjoys playing the piano during her free time. While Lena did at one point study MSU Faculty of Psychology|Psychology at Moscow State University, it was reported that while doing promotion for t.A.T.u.'s album Dangerous and Moving, she was demitted from the academy; this, however, is untrue. Her mother had applied for academic leave, for what would be the third time, but was turned down. Katina then skipped a year of study, and in December 2006 she mentioned on t.A.T.u.'s official website that she was one thesis away from graduating. It was also rumored that she had changed her major to economics.
In late 2006 Katina and Volkova appeared in an East European tour through Russia, Ukraine, Lithuania, and Latvia and also performed in Mexico (Guadalajara and Mexico City).
Lena Katina on the Web
t.A.T.u.'s Lena Katina tops the Billboard Club Chart Can you believe that one of the t.A.T.u. girls has actually gone on to have a somewhat successful solo career? Don't get me wrong: I love t.A.T.u. They.
Oh No They Didn't! - Lena Katina tops Billboard Dance/Club char ... Cool, huh? It took Lena and Dave's single 8 weeks to get there! Enjoy this week's USA most popular club track! Source.