Call all the Dancing Queens because we’ve got a reunion you need to see!
The ‘It’ Swedish pop group of the 70s were reunited in Stockholm, Sweden on Wednesday night, making their first public appearance as a foursome since they disbanded in 1982.
— billboard (@billboard) January 21, 2016
Don’t get your hopes up though, they’re not getting back together, and didn’t bust out any of their hits.
They were attending the opening of a restaurant, and Benny Andersson insisted they weren’t getting back together on stage.
“We are here to party,” said band member Bjorn Ulvaeus.
Along with Agnetha Faltskog and Anni-Frid Lyngstad they formed ABBA, with their hits Waterloo, Mamma Mia! and Dancing Queen.
They disbanded in 1982, but their music has remained wildly popular, being in movies like Muriel’s Wedding, and the stage-show (and movie) Mamma Mia!
While the four of them did attend the premiere of the 2008 film Mamma Mia, starring Meryl Streep, they were never photographed as a group.
They won their fame as the breakout stars of the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest, selling 380 million albums.