ABBA’s Bjorn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson have said no to a reunion at the 2024 Eurovision, which will celebrate the 50th anniversary of their win. Speaking with BBC Newsnight, Benny said “I don’t want to… And if I don’t want to, the others won’t.” To which Bjorn added: “We can celebrate 50 years of Abba without us being on stage.” Since ABBA won the Eurovision representing Sweden in 1974, the country has gone on to win six more times, including most recently in Liverpool. Bjorn and Benny have sworn to never tour again and turned down $1 billion to play 100 shows at the turn of the year 2000. The last time ABBA performed was on Dec. 11, 1982 in front of a small studio audience for The Late Late Breakfast Show, hosted by Noel Edmonds. When asked if they’d like to see a third installment of the hit movie-musical 'Mamma Mia!' centered around their music, Benny disapproved. He believes without effective changes, and a new setting and script, another movie will not happen - “That’s just wishful thinking”.