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Thursday, 24 August 2017

Bjorn Ulvaeus Cameo In Mamma Mia The Sequel

ABBA legend Bjorn Ulvaeus to get Mamma Mia! sequel cameo after his success as a Greek god in the first movie
The musician, who also appeared in the first film as a Greek god, will quietly appear as a schoolteacher in the movie’s opening song When I Kissed The Teacher.

DESPITE having millions of fans around the globe, ABBA’s BJORN ULVAEUS is still hoping to go incognito.
The legendary singer and songwriter has a cameo in the upcoming sequel to Mamma Mia! and wants to go totally uncredited.

I can reveal Bjorn will quietly appear as a schoolteacher in the movie’s opening song When I Kissed The Teacher.
It comes after he appeared in the first film — based on the Swedish band’s hit songs — in 2008 as a Greek god.
An insider said: “Bjorn is very hands-on with the films. He doesn’t want anything to overshadow the main stars or detract from the storyline but for a personal thrill, he loves the idea of being briefly on screen again.
“Fans will have to be very eagle-eyed to spot him but given he’s one of the world’s most famous men, he’s going to struggle to go totally unnoticed.”
Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again! will reunite the original cast of PIERCE BROSNAN, COLIN FIRTH, DOMINIC COOPER, MERYL STREEP and AMANDA  SEYFRIED.
Bjorn, inset, and bandmate BENNY ANDERSSON will again act as executive producers, with their songs providing a fresh soundtrack.

Downton Abbey’s LILY JAMES will join the cast as the younger version of Meryl Streep as the film shoots backwards and forwards in time.
Despite being set in the Greek islands and originally filmed in Skopelos, bosses have opted to head to Croatia this time, in a bid to save some money, money, money.
I’m sure the film will rake in more than enough at the box office to cover their bills — the last movie hauled in £476million.
It’s due for release in July 2018. Bring it on.


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