ABBA may be the latest iconic music group to reform, as singer Agnetha Faltskog has said she would welcome the opportunity to perform with her old friends again.
Speaking to M Magazine, Agnetha (the blonde one as opposed to the brunette) admitted that she has not discussed the idea with former bate mates Bjorn, Benny and Frida, but would like to do so.
"A reunion, an occasional opportunity, maybe in connection with a charity event, I believe we could consider it. We would not reunite for a tour like The Rolling Stones and other old bands do now.
"However, I could see us doing something together in the future. It is just a feeling I have that it would be fun to get together, talk a bit about the past and maybe perform together."
Her words have inspired bookmakers Ladbrokes to take bets that the Swedish pop outfit might play the upcoming royal wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton on April 29th, with odds now standing at 66-1.
In 2009, the PRS for Music revealed that ABBA had been voted as the band the British public would most like to reform. If they do so it will be the first time since they appeared on The Late Late Breakfast show in December 1982, before splitting permanently in 1983.