Iconic Swedish pop group ABBA, otherwise known as the soundtrack to every wedding reception you've ever attended, have officially reunited, and will be releasing their first new music in 35 years. "We may have come of age, but the song feels new", the band said.
Abba's Björn Ulvaeus discussed the specs of this mysterious project, saying that the TV special will be produced by the BBC and NBC, which will create avatars to perform the music. "A time machine that captures the essence of who we were".
Their comeback will feature avatars of the band members performing in a tribute concert scheduled to be televised in the fall.
"We have never made a comeback", he said at the time.
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But for a ground officially known right now as "Wembley Stadium connected by EE" that's maybe not such a leap. Theresa May tonight warned the FA to think of England fans before committing to selling off Wembley Stadium .
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"So we did", the group said in a statement, confirming speculation of a reunion.
"This is the craziest thing I've heard!"
Last week, Ulvaeus said that he and his colleagues digitized and rejuvenated with the help of computer technology, so that they again began to look like in 1979. "This may be bigger than Korea", British journalist and TV personality Piers Morgan tweeted, referring to Friday's historic meeting between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and the South's President Moon Jae-in. But I will eagerly listen to these two new ABBA songs when they materialize. Especially if Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again becomes another monster hit like the original movie, based on the equally beloved stage musical sensation of the same name.