Abba Singer Considering Recording

It would be the first time Agnetha Fältskog entered the studio since she recorded 1987's I Stand Alone.

Singer Agnetha Fältskog, of '70s Swedish bubblegum group Abba, is pondering entering the studio for the first time since recording I Stand Alone, her 1987 solo album, Reuters reported. Known for worldwide hits, such as "Fernando" and "Dancing Queen," the reclusive Fältskog, 49, and her former Abba bandmates have not played together since 1982. "Mamma Mia," a musical based on the group's songs, premiered in London in 1999.