Agnetha Faltskog of the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest winning representatives from Sweden, ABBA, has made a triumphant return to the stage in London after an absence of nearly 30 years.
Although reports are mixed it seems that the picture above speaks volumes. Agnetha Faltskog had hinted at an ABBA reunion this last week and also left a cryptic video message on her website to her fans saying she would see them soon in London.
Agnetha Faltskog finally made her historic return to the live stage last night in London at the Hammersmith Apollo as part of the Children in need rocks 2013 fundraising concert which will be televised live on the BBC as part of the Children in need charitable telethon which goes out live this Friday evening.
The concert was spearheaded by Gary Barlow and early reports seem to confirm they did indeed perform a live duet of the single I should have followed you home from Agnetha Faltskog’s recent album release A.
Agnetha has recently resurrected her singing career with the album A and her singles When you really loved someone and Dance your pain away. The album itself reached number 6 in the UK Official Top 40 Albums Chart whilst also enjoying similar chart success across Europe this summer.
As the world’s media stays focused on this historic event there will no doubt be intense speculation on Faltskog’s next appearances as she remains in the British capital over the course of the next few days as part of her promotional tour.
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