ALL FOUR members of ABBA reunited last night in London for the first time since 1982 for the premiere of the virtual Voyage live show.
Members Bjorn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson, Agnetha Faltskog and Anni-Frid Lyngstad were last seen together in London for an appearance on The Late Late Breakfast Show hosted by Noel Edmonds.
The Voyage show was announced in September, and features younger 'Abba-tars' of the group performing their songs with a live 10-piece band.
The "Abba-tars" were created through months of motion-capture and performance techniques with the four band members and an 850-strong team from Industrial Light and Magic, the company founded by George Lucas, in its first foray into music.
The pop group were catapulted to worldwide success after winning the Eurovision Song Contest with Waterloo when the event was held in Brighton in 1974.
They have since sold more than 400 million albums and singles.
The popular quartet parted ways after last performing together in 1982 following a successful 10-year stint.
In 2018 they announced they had recorded new material and it arrived in November of last year.
Many celebrities also attended last night, including Keira Knightley, Kate Moss and Kylie Minogue.