Agnetha Faltskog Teases ABBA may reunite in 2014

The former lead singer of the quartet, the blonde Agnetha Fältskog said she and other former members of the group are considering a reunion to mark the 40th anniversary of the release of "Waterloo", which will be celebrated next year.

"There seem to be plans to do something to mark this anniversary in some way. I can not say at this point what will come around," teased the singer during an interview with a German newspaper

The return of ABBA always seemed unlikely. All former members ruled out the return of the band several times and there is even a story that they refused $ 1 billion for a tour in 2000 - which made clear that the return of the group not depend on the amount of money involved.

The ABBA was founded in Sweden in 1972. In the following years they became one of the most popular groups on the planet. The band ended its activities in 1982.

Watch the Music Video for "Waterloo" below: