Swedish 70s superstars ABBA are staging a comeback for the first time in almost 40 years

ABBA will make an announcement today. It's expected that it'll be the first musical return for the stars in almost 40 years.

According to AFP, the Swedish group will release new songs and a stage show.

After having had huge hits such as "Dancing Queen", the group split in 1982.

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According to AFP, Swedish music group ABBA will announce that they will be reuniting on Thursday.

Pop superstars, known for hits like "Dancing Queen", and "Gimme!" Gimme! Gimme! will make an announcement via livestream on Thursday at 5.45 PM UK time.

The group has not yet announced what it will announce.

According to AFP, the group "is expected announce the release their first new songs since 1980s and the launch a new theatrical show where they will perform as hologram Abbatars'."

It tweeted earlier Thursday that "The future is ABBA starts today."

It also said, "Thanks for waiting. The journey is about to start."

According to AFP, the band members quit working together in 1982.

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