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ABBA turned down 1 billion dollars to do a reunion tour.

ABBA turned down 1 billion dollars to do a reunion tour.

Abba turned down a $1 billion offer to reunite because it would have involved playing 250 shows, the singer Agnetha Fältskog has revealed. It was made in 2000 by a British-American consortium, which asked the 1970s Swedish disco stars to tour 100 cities.

These days, Andersson and Ulvaeus derive a lot of income from their involvement with the London-based company Littlestar, which oversees the rights to the ABBA-inspired musical Mamma Mia! In 2015, the duo reportedly made £3.1 million, or about $4.3 million, in royalties and other dividends from the show.

During the 70s, ABBA became one of Sweden's highest exports, second only to Volvo

Abba will release five, rather than two, new tracks as their reunion is pushed back to 2021. The Swedish four-piece were originally going to put out new music later this year, but have been forced to delay these plans due to the coronavirus pandemic. ... But he promised me that the new Abba music will be out in 2021.

Benny's the richest of the group - reportedly worth £100million.

The Top 10 ABBA Songs
  1. "Dancing Queen" - 1976. ABBA - "Dancing Queen".
  2. "Take a Chance On Me" - 1978. ABBA - "Take a Chance On Me". ...
  3. "Knowing Me Knowing You" - 1977. ABBA - "Knowing Me Knowing You". ...
  4. "SOS" - 1975. ABBA - "SOS". ...
  5. "Lay All Your Love On Me" - 1981. ABBA. ...
  6. "Waterloo" - 1974. ...
  7. "Fernando" - 1976. ...
  8. "Does Your Mother Know" - 1979. ...

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