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Cher Teases Fans With Cryptic Tweet About A Potential Second ABBA Cover Album

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It's such a tantalizing thought, fans can't help but get worked into a frenzy. Musical star, Cher posted a tweet earlier this week about her ideas for a second ABBA album.

Cher released the album Dancing Queen earlier this year, following her appearance in the musical film Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again, which was based on the music of ABBA. The album is filled with covers of the Swedish pop group's biggest hits.

People are throwing in their suggestions for the next album too!

The first album has been a hit, so we can see why another is being considered. This also matches the first album's release which was also teased on Twitter before being officially announced.

In an interview with Kathie Lee Gifford, Cher had announced the first album, saying,

"After I did 'Fernando,' I thought it would really be fun to do an album of ABBA songs, so I did!"

Even celebrities desperately need a sequel in their lives.

Dancing Queen has been critically acclaimed, with an average Metacritic score of 79 out of 100. The album has been praised for its fun and light-hearted renditions of the ABBA hits. It debuted at number one on the US Top Album Sales list for Billboard.

All the more reason to listen to fans and make another!

The pop star is in the middle of her "Here We Go Again Tour" for the first album's release, so it's unknown if a new album is in the works at all. For now, all we can do is hope this is more than a tease.

H/T: PinkNews, Out


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