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They never officially split up, but they made their last performance together on 'The Late, Late Breakfast Show' in 1982.ABBA have been revived in several movies including 'The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert' and 'Muriel's Wedding' in 1994 and the 2008 box office musical hit 'Mamma Mia!Ulvaeus then married singer Agnetha Faltskog who also collaborated with the pair, and the line-up was completed when Anni-Frid 'Frida' Lyngstad met Andersson at Melodifestivalen and they began dating.The name ABBA is an acronym of the band members' first names (Agnetha, Benny, Bjorn and Anni-Frid).The exhibition, named ABBA: Super Troupers, is set to open at the Southbank Centre – appropriately, just a stone’s throw away from Waterloo!– on December 14th and is set to run until April 29th 2018.They played a gig at Sydney Showground in spite of a downpour of rain which caused Lyngstad to slip on stage.Later that year, the film 'ABBA: The Movie' was released directed by Lasse Hallstrom.
They attempted to enter Melodifestivalen with the title single, but failed to qualify.
The following year, they performed 'Chiquitita' at the Music for UNICEF Concert and subsequently donated the single's copyright to the charity. In 1980, they released the single 'The Winner Takes It All' which was speculated to be about Ulvaeus and Fältskog's divorce, though Ulvaeus has strongly denied this.
That year, Ulvaeus and Fältskog announced their divorce but they insisted that it wouldn't affect the group. Their final UK chart-topping single was the title track from their seventh album 'Super Trouper'.
Before they were officially formed, they played their first live performance on holiday in Cyprus in front of some United Nations soldiers.
There first hit was 'Hej, gamle man' though it was credited only to Björn & Benny.