• The band ABBA split up in 1982
  • This year, the Swedish band will celebrate their reunion in London
  • For member Björn Ulvaeus, the comeback is a risk

Bjorn Ulvaeus (77), who confirmed the comeback of the band ABBA in 2021, knows that their reunion carries some risks. The musician along with his ex-wife Agnetha Faltskog (72) and the friendly couple Anni-Frid Lyngstad (76) and Benny Andersson (75) make up the legendary Swedish pop band. With their hit-song "Waterloo" they won the Eurovision Song Contest in 1974, which was the starting point for their global success story.

The four stars will soon be celebrating their reunion as digital avatars on a London stage. And although ABBA still enjoys immense popularity worldwide, the comeback causes sleepless nights for Björn.

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"It’s an immense risk and most people I talk to don’t appreciate that. They say, ‘Oh, it’ll be fine.’ Sometimes I wake up at four in the morning and think, ‘What the hell have we done?'" he revealed. 

The show will be available from May in the "purpose-built ABBA Arena." It's the first concert series of its kind, which is why Björn is unsure whether the concept will work.

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"Lots of artists are going to be studying us, definitely. I won’t name names, but I can think of a few. I wonder who’s going to be first. I couldn’t possibly comment," he shared according to The Suburban

Björn Ulvaeus recently divorced his wife, and so the star has quite a bit on his plate at the moment. We look forward to hearing how the concert goes!