4 small puppets who look very much like the original Swedish supergroup from the seventies ABBA are trying to get a recordingcontract in Stockholm, Sweden 1974. The recordboss, however, ...
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4 small puppets who look very much like the original Swedish supergroup from the seventies ABBA are trying to get a recordingcontract in Stockholm, Sweden 1974. The recordboss, however, isn't very impressed by their size and size DOES matter... The four original ABBA members also make cameo appearances in this video especially made for the Eurovision Songcontest.Written by
Marnix ten Brinke
This video was part of The Eurovision Song Contest (2004) and was broadcast in the semi-final interval act in some countries of Europe (in other countries, for example Spain, it was replaced by a commercial break) while people were voting. It was a way to celebrate the 30th anniversary of ABBA's victory in the The Eurovision Song Contest (2004) with "Waterloo". See more »
In 1974 Swedish super group ABBA won the Eurovision Song Contest with Waterloo, thus launching an international pop career as one of the biggest groups ever with over 365 million records sold. The Eurovision Song Contest wanted to celebrate ABBA's 30th anniversary with a performance by the group, but since the group declined all offers to reunite since 1982 they had to come up with another idea. This video is short, but funny and all four former ABBA members do appear in this video, although not together, but separately. Cher a very short *blink and you will miss it* cameo as well. The puppets in this video were created by the Jim Henson company, the people behind the Muppets.
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