Mamma Mia Star reveals the ABBA song she never wants to hear again

Amanda Seyfried, who starred in the 2008 film adaptation of ABBA’s jukebox musical Mamma Mia!, reveals which song by the band she can’t listen to.

Mamma mia! Star Amanda Seyfried reveals the one ABBA song she never wants to hear again. The huge hits of the Swedish pop group were condensed into a hit jukebox musical in 1999. Seyfried went on to star in the 2008 film adaptation, playing a young woman named Sophie who grows up on a remote Greek island with her mother Donna (Meryl Streep). and invites three men who might be her father (Pierce Brosnan, Stellan Skarsgård and Colin Firth) to her wedding.

Recently, Seyfried sat down with him Vanity fair to analyze some scenes from her most famous films, among which Mamma mia!.

The Mamma mia! The set she discussed was the musical number “Voulez-Vous” where she tries to find out which of three men is her dad after they crash her bachelor party. She shared her opinion that her dancing on stage was bad and the grueling choreography made her feel like “fever dream”, saying after this experience, “Voulez-Vous” is a song.I just never want to hearRead her full quote below:

What a nightmare scenario. That song “Voulez-Vous” and that scene is so traumatic because we spent so long learning that choreography.

I can pretend to be a good dancer. I didn’t do that, I was just mean, but if I had enough time [I can]… That was too much, it’s like the one ABBA song I just never want to hear. This scene in particular is so crazy… Oh my god, it’s like a fever dream.

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Will there ever be a Mamma Mia 3?

Sam, Harry and Bill smile in Mamma Mia Here We Go Again

Seyfried returned to the franchise ten years later in the 2018 sequel Mamma mia! Here we go again. However, while the idea of ​​a third film has been floating around ever since, it hasn’t come to fruition. However, many of the stars of the first two films have expressed interest in returning. Recently, Here we go again Director Ol Parker also shared that producer Judy Craymer always intended for there to be a trilogy, hinting that there may be one in the future.

At this year’s Golden Globes, the flame of hope was lit for a while Mamma mia! fans. When Seyfried won for her role in The abandonment, the announcer said she was not in attendance because she was working on a new musical. While the project was rumored to be new Mamma mia! movie, later revealed to be a 1991 Broadway adaptation Thelma & Louise.

Fortunately for Seyfried, there are plenty of non-Voulez-Vous ABBA tracks that remain in their songbook. Mamma mia! take another sequel. Even if the third movie doesn’t repeat iconic songs like “Dancing Queen” or “Super Trouper” like Mamma mia! Here we go again did, it will have more than enough to fill an entire soundtrack. This is due to the band’s deep discography of hits, which was also significantly refreshed by their 10-song reunion album sea ​​tripwhich was released in 2021.

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Source: Vanity Fair