It’s looking more and more likely that ABBA could reform for a one off concert.
Singer Agnetha Faltskog, 60, hinted the legendary band may reform after 28 years for a one-off charity gig.
Agnetha, who lives the life of a recluse on a Swedish island, has always been the one who never wanted to do anything more with Abba. But it seems that she’s changed her mind.
But millions would want to see the show, with London’s O2 a favourite to host it, although it’s rumoured that the show may go on somewhere in New York.
Demand could crash computers, jam phone lines, and force fans to pay touts thousands of pounds.
Blonde Agnetha said, “It’d be fun to meet and perform together. I think we’d consider a one-off reunion, maybe for a good cause.”
Abba first became famous when they won the Eurovision Song contest with ‘Waterloo’. From then on they just became massive.
A film was made of Abba, which was imaginatively called, “ABBA-THE MOVIE”, and was filmed largely in Australia, on one of their tours.
By Wallace McTavish