The most controversial and banned music videos of all time


tATu“All the Things She Said”

The 2000 Ivan Shapovalov-directed the music video for arguably the band’s most well-known hit was also the subject of much controversy, which largely shaped the controversial duo’s success.

The video was banned on MTV Russia due to its pro-LGBTQ stance and portrayal of lesbianism, although a censored version removing any sexuality-related references was later used. The group has also been criticized for being young teenagers representing intimacy. Channel 4 Presenter Today Richard Madeley demanded a boycott at the time“We’re told these girls are actually having real-life underage lesbian sex and their manager tells us he’s spotted a gap in the market – a pedophile gap in the market. It’s sick and it’s is wrong,” he said.

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