Abba's Bjorn Ulvaeus can't remember '74 Waterloo Eurovision victory

thecheers.org    2008-07-16 17:42:13    

London, July 16 : It seems unbelievable, but former 'ABBA' member Bjorn Ulvaeus can't remember the band's Eurovision song contest triumph with their song 'Waterloo', which earned them fame in 1974.
It seems unbelievable, but former 'ABBA' member Bjorn Ulvaeus can't remember the band's Eurovision song contest triumph with their song 'Waterloo', which earned them fame in 1974.

The 58-year-old Swedish musician, who married and divorced blonde co-singer Agnetha Faltskog, even admits that he does not remember much of his life since the band became famous.

"It's unbelievable but I do not remember standing on the stage. It's like I was not even there," the Mirror quoted him as saying.

"People ask me if I am going to write my memoirs but, even if I wanted to, I would not be able. I have extremely few memories.

"Many remember that moment, where they were, what they did, even how they felt. But not me," he added.

Ulvaeus has, however, not given any indication as to what might have caused his memory loss.

He even has not revealed for how long he has been suffering from this problem. (ANI)
© 2007 ANI


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