ABBA legend Bjorn Ulvaeus, 79, unveils his new sideline job as public speaker ... trends now

ABBA legend Bjorn Ulvaeus, 79, unveils his new sideline job as public speaker ... trends now
ABBA legend Bjorn Ulvaeus, 79, unveils his new sideline job as public speaker ... trends now

ABBA legend Bjorn Ulvaeus, 79, unveils his new sideline job as public speaker ... trends now

ABBA's Bjorn Ulvaeus has unveiled his new sideline job where he hosts 'fireside chats' and 'moderate Q&A sessions'.

The music icon, 79, flaunts an estimated net worth of £239m and is now embarking on another fruitful business journey.

Bjorn is now highlighted as 'speaker of the week' by the talent management agency he is signed with, Kruger Cowne.

The pop legend is said to be available for 'after-dinner speaking, appearances, keynote speaking, moderated Q&A sessions' as well as 'fireside chats', as per The Mirror

This month also marked the 50th anniversary of the iconic moment ABBA were crowned champions in the Eurovision Song Contest.

Bjorn Ulvaeus, 79, has unveiled his new sideline job which entails 'fireside chats' as well as 'moderate Q&A sessions' (pictured in 2021)

Bjorn Ulvaeus, 79, has unveiled his new sideline job which entails 'fireside chats' as well as 'moderate Q&A sessions' (pictured in 2021)

Bjorn was part of the iconic band ABBA, also composed by Agnetha Fältskog, Benny Andersson, and Anni-Frid Lyngstad; they dominated the music scene throughout the 1970s but called it quits in 1983 (ABBA pictured in 1976)

Bjorn was part of the iconic band ABBA, also composed by Agnetha Fältskog, Benny Andersson, and Anni-Frid Lyngstad; they dominated the music scene throughout the 1970s but called it quits in 1983 (ABBA pictured in 1976)

The band, composed by Bjorn, Agnetha Fältskog, Benny Andersson, and Anni-Frid Lyngstad, dominated the music scene throughout the 1970s, but after just 10 years - and two divorces - they called it quits in 1983. 

And earlier in the month, Eurovision fans were left hoping they would make a surprise appearance at the final after teasing their return in a social media clip.

Rumours emerged that the band were set to reunite for a performance on the singing competition, as they prepare to mark 50 years since they won with hit track Waterloo.

The band shared a clip to their TikTok page popping out from behind a bush. 

The sound playing over the video said: 'Ok guys we're back, did you miss us? Because we missed you.'

It comes after ABBA thanked fans in a rare statement as the band celebrated the 50th anniversary of their Eurovision Song Contest victory.

The iconic group remain the show's most famous and successful exports after they were crowned winners in April 1974 with their song Waterloo.

Reflecting on the milestone, the group issued a joint statement as they expressed their gratitude for fans 'steadfast loyalty and support through the years'.

The pop legend is said to be available for 'after-dinner speaking, appearances, keynote speaking, moderated Q&A sessions' as well as 'fireside chats', as per The Mirror (pictured in 2021)

The pop legend is said to be available for 'after-dinner speaking, appearances, keynote speaking, moderated Q&A sessions' as well as 'fireside chats', as per The Mirror (pictured in 2021)

Earlier this month, Eurovision fans went wild as ABBA teased their return in a social media clip

The sound playing over the video said: 'Ok guys we're back, did you miss us? Because we missed you'

Earlier this month, Eurovision fans went wild as ABBA teased their return in a social media clip 

Since their split in 1982 their catalogue of music has inspired the Mamma Mia! film franchise and theatre show, and more recently the incredible ABBA Voyage (pictured)

Since their split in 1982 their catalogue of music has inspired the Mamma Mia! film franchise and theatre show, and more recently the incredible ABBA Voyage (pictured)

To mark the anniversary, several pianos across Europe will play a pre-recorded by Benny simultaneously to make it sound as though he is playing live.

Sharing a picture of the foursome winning the accolade, they wrote: 'It's slightly dizzying and deeply humbling to think that millions of you who saw us for the first time in the Eurovision final 1974 have passed our music on not only to one generation, but to several.

'We see evidence of that every time one of us visits Abba Voyage in London, and it's because of this we can celebrate the 50th anniversary of that event in the knowledge that our songs still

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