Popstars Tatu say they plan to run for the position of President in the Russian elections next March.
They'll take on current leader Vladimir Putin in the hope of becoming joint presidents of their home country. Julia and Lena reckon they can do a better job of running Russia.
But there's a tiny hitch in their plan.
Officials say you have to be at least 35-years-old to enter the elections. But the girls reckon their combined age of 37 means they're eligible.
Tatu's spokeswoman told The Sun: "Tatu are running together. We cannot separate the girls."
The Tatu election campaign kicked off with supporters gathering signatures proposing the singers as a candidate in the presidential elections.