GMB panel say presenter Charlotte Hawkins has a striking ABBA lookalike
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The Good Morning Britain panel were enjoying a discussion about iconic pop group ABBA making their return to the spotlight when one panellist spotted a resemblance between one of the singers and one of the GMB stars.
British broadcaster Iain Dale was revealing his major obsession with the Swedish pop group when he brought up that one of the GMB presenters looked like one of the bandmates.
Ian said that Charlotte Hawkins looked similar to Agnetha.
He said: "Can I just say we have our own, in Good Morning Britain, ABBA looky-likey – she is the spitting image of Agnetha in her prime."
Kata Garraway then said: "She's hiding."
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Ben Shephard then added: "She's sitting quietly in the dark though.
"But Dr Amir she's sitting over there, cos you're sitting here with us. Is ABBA a band that you follow? Do you enjoy their music?"
Dr Amir Khan remarked: "I always say I'm not a big abba fan but when I'm out I will hear it and be like 'hold my drink'".
ABBA have kept the world on their toes in recent months, speculating that a full reunion could be on the cards.
However, almost four decades after their devastating split, the group have confirmed that all four members are working together on new material.
As well as a sensational return to the music industry with new music, the band have gone one step further and have a purpose-built arena at London's Olympic village to home their new show.
Speaking to host Zoe Ball, Bjorn said the group had been "longing for this, for such a long time".
Zoe announced that BBC Radio 5 Live had broken tradition, holding off from their 6 pm news bulletin and instead played ABBA's latest single, I Still Have Faith In You.
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Discussing their return to music, Benny and Bjorn told Zoe: "It was suggested to us that we can go on tour as holograms, four or five years ago."
Benny joked: "I said, I wanted to do it before we were dead!"
While Agnetha and Anni-Fri were not present at the reveal, Benny and Bjorn revealed that the two female vocalists do not enjoy the media storm as much as they do.
"Sort of a greatest hits I say, we're trying to play a couple of songs that are not great hits but songs that we like, it's 22 songs, an hour and a half long," said Benny of their latest performance.
- Amir Khan
- Charlotte Hawkins
- Good Morning Britain
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