London [UK]July 1 (ANI): Fans around the world got an incredible surprise when the members of the legendary pop group ABBA were reunited publicly for the first time in four decades.
What makes the moment even more special is the humility that the Swedish estates show, when a member of the group, Benny Andersson, tries to toy with a taxi in the middle of the road, in the middle of the public eye.
https://twitter.com/charlottebronn/status/1530594877243035649As seen in the video posted by a user on Twitter, Benny Andersson is seen waving at the roadside, to get hold of a cab. Fifteen seconds after trying to get a taxi, a car finally arrives and Andersson opens the door for his group members to get into the cab.
We see how Andersson holds the door for ABBA’s singers Anni-Frid Reuss and Agnetha Faltskog to enter the cabin. Bjorn Ulvaeus, the group’s lead guitarist, is seen walking into the cabin when the ladies in white enter.
The legendary ABBA members, Agnetha Faltskog, Bjorn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson and Anni-Frid Reuss had gathered for a virtual but still live performance of their album ‘Voyage’ at the ABBA arena in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford, east London. .
According to Deadline, the pop group was actually not on stage and performed at the ABBA Voyage event. Film director Baillie Walsh was the man who helped put the pop group ABBA back on the concert stage for the first time in four decades. “When I decided that the show would be a live concert with life-size avatars by Agnatha, Björn, Benny and Anni-Frid, I wanted the real world and the digital world to mix seamlessly,” explains Baillie.
It needed to bring ABBA into a studio for weeks of motion capture sessions. “We filmed them for five weeks, and then we worked on body doubles to create younger versions of themselves,” Walsh added.
Fashion photographer and filmmaker Atul Kasbekar took to Twitter on Friday to share his intrigue and wrote his tweet: “So the legendary ABBA hailed a taxi in London. So what station could they have gone to now …?!?” (ANI)