t.A.T.u. Officially Reunites, Films 'Snickers' Commercial In Japan

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Okay, so apparently t.A.T.u. --the faux-lesbian Russian pop duo that temporarily took over the world in the early 2000s with their hit, "All The Things She Said"-- have been back together for a few months now, and nobody told us.

Shame on y'all!

The pair held a reunion concert in Ukraine back in September, and just last month, they touched down in Tokyo to film a Snickers commercial. Yes, t.A.T.u. is still big enough in Japan that they can get back together after years of inactivity and walk straight into an endorsement deal with a major candy bar. They even performed "All The Things She Said" in their old school uniforms at a special Snickers press event!

t.A.T.u.'s big comeback isn't all smooth sailing, though. Lena Katina's being sued by her former manager for $20 million, which seems to have put a stop to some of the group's reunion activities -- like new music. There's also the issue of Russia's current anti-LGBT stance, which doesn't exactly mesh with t.A.T.u.'s free love concept.

Oh well. If the worst comes to the worst, at least we'll always have Snickers.