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Agnetha Faltskog of ABBA is back

Agnetha Faltskog of ABBA is back

Agnetha Faltskog of ABBA is back

Agnetha Faltskog of ABBA is back
After the collapse of ABBA in 1982, Swedish celebrity Agnetha Faltskog has lived in almost complete isolation in a huge house located on an island Ecker near Stockholm. For a solitary life, Agnetha Faltskog was nicknamed “Garbo-2”. In many troubles of the beautiful blonde from “Abba” is guilty Dutchman Gert van der Graaf. He fell in love with her in 1974, when he was only eight years old. At first he came to Sweden 3-4 times a year in the hope of at least a glimpse of the idol, and then sold the house and moved to Sweden to take up permanent residence. Gert bought a small cottage on Ecker less than a mile from Agnetha’s mansion, and in 1997 “accidentally” ran into her on a walk.

Agnetha Faltskog of ABBA is back

Agnetha Faltskog of ABBA is back

By that time, Agnetha, of course, was aware of the existence of the hopelessly in love with her young man, who was 16 years younger. Despite the age difference, there had been a love affair between them. She then left her husband – Swedish surgeon Tomas Sonnenfeld, and began to meet with Gert, whom she invited to live with her.

Agnetha Faltskog of ABBA is back

Agnetha Faltskog

Feltskog broke two-year-relationship, but Graaf did not give up. Her admirer turned into a stalker. Dutchman spammed Agnetha with letters, called her many times a day put, did not leave her alone for a minute.

Agnetha Faltskog

Agnetha Faltskog

Agnetha Faltskog called the police. Gert was sent home and banned for two years to appear in Sweden. In Stockholm, he appeared in the summer of 2003 and immediately went back to her. He was again arrested for violating a court order prohibiting him to join her in a closer contact and at a distance less than 200 meters.

Agnetha Faltskog

Agnetha Faltskog

But solitude of Agnetha had also other reasons. For the glory she paid a high price. She often had nightmares in which she is suffocating under the weight of attacking her fans. She had several phobias – fear of crowd and open spaces, fear of heights and planes.

Agnetha Faltskog of ABBA is back

Agnetha Faltskog

She did not talk to anyone, and did not give autographs. Once Agnetha refused to go up on stage for a group photo of ABBA, and secretly left the room through the back door, accompanied by three bodyguards.

Agnetha Faltskog of ABBA is back

Agnetha Faltskog

Now Agneta has finally overcome her phobia. The new album with the simple title “A” will be in stores on May 13, and the song When You Really Loved Someone can already be found on the web. The new album was inspired by her producer Jorgen Elofsson, who wrote especially for her three songs. She was afraid there would be problems with the voice, but, fortunately, the fears proved groundless. Singer has a promotional tour to the UK. Some years ago she even could not think about flying to London on a plane. All eagerly await for the return of the blonde from “Abba.” But the past, in her deep conviction, will not return.

Agnetha Faltskog

Agnetha Faltskog

Swedish recording artist Agnetha Faltskog was born on 5 April 1950. She achieved success in Sweden after the release of her debut album in 1968, and reached international stardom as a member of the pop group ABBA, which has sold over 370 million albums and singles worldwide, making them one of the best–selling music artists in history and the second or third best–selling band in history.

Agnetha Faltskog

Faltskog and Ulvaeus married on 6 July 1971 in the village Verum

Faltskog and Ulvaeus married on 6 July 1971 in the village Verum, with Andersson playing the organ at their wedding. Their first child, Linda Elin Ulvaeus, was born on 23 February 1973, and their son Peter Christian Ulvaeus on 4 December 1977. The couple decided to separate in late 1978, and Faltskog moved out of their home on Christmas night, 25 December 1978.

Agnetha Faltskog of ABBA is back

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