The greatest band on the planet, ABBA, has FINALLY reunited to perform
Have they been Bjorn again?
If you've never heard of ABBA, you need to move out from living under that rock you call home.
For the rest of us disco divas, we've been waiting a whopping 30 years for the Swedish superstars to reunite. They took their swell time!
The four members of the iconic band - Anni-Frid Lyngstadon, Agnetha Faltskog, Bjorn Ulvaeus and Benny Anderson - reunited in Stockholm recently to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the band's formation at a Berns Salanger gala.
According to RollingStone, the quartet sang their 1980 hit Me and I as a tribute to Andersson and Ulvaeus, the original founders.
Fans of the 70s band have been hoping for a reunion for years now as since their split in 1982, and despite no videos of the alleged reunion surfacing, excitement has gone into overdrive over the supposed reunion:
There's only two acts I would sell a kidney on the black market for and that's the spice girls (obviously) and Abba! Get me a reunion now.
— James (@JamesJRoden) June 7, 2016
I would sell my house to watch an ABBA reunion pic.twitter.com/G3rjXequIG
— Matt Lucas (@RealMattLucas) June 7, 2016
Why wasn't I at the Abba reunion? I had the poster, the book, the soap - everything. And my mum was Swedish! #nojusticeintheuniverse
— Christina Patterson (@queenchristina_) June 7, 2016
Gimme Gimme Gimme... an ABBA reunion!