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A New Holiday Knitting Video Features the Return of Abba’s Ian Mckellen and Bjorn Ulvaeus.

The legendary actor Sir Ian McKellen and Swedish pop star Bjorn Ulvaeus are back with a new holiday-themed knitting video.

In December of the previous year, the pair uploaded a video of themselves crocheting ABBA-themed Christmas sweaters in complete quiet.

They worked together once more on a video project this year, which shows the couple knitting the most recent assortment of holiday jumpers for the band.

You can also watch the pair discussing about the ABBA poster as McKellen is in the background in the video, which can be found below and can be accessed by clicking on it.

You can get Christmas cards and hats with pompoms in addition to jumpers, which are part of the new product range that this organisation is offering, and which also contains jumpers.

The ABBA Arena at London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is also getting into the holiday spirit as of today (December 2): giant ABBA lights have been placed outside the arena to welcome people, and snow has been falling on the renowned inscription within the arena.

In addition, a variety of specially created Christmas cocktails, such as the Cyrus Royal, Cranberry Mojito, Mulled Wine, and Passion Fruit, will be available for purchase at the arena.

Because of the overwhelming response, the ABBA concert residency known as “Voyage” has been extended until November 2023. The announcement was made last month.

NME referred to the event as “an epic mega-mix of avatars from a brave new world” when describing its debut in May of this year. The show has been extensively praised for the innovative technology it employs and made its debut during that month.

He continued by saying that “digital magic is coupled with pure pop music for a pleasurable sensory overload,” explaining that non-holograms would be making their way through the golden hits.

The conclusion of the assessment was that despite the fact that “aged rockers and poppers are bound to copy this idea,” it will be extremely impossible to “reach the ABBA Voyage experience.”

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