Australia 1976: Agnetha introduces 'Rock Me' with the less than enthusiastic assistance of park ranger Ross and a wombat. After saying 'this is Ross' she gives him a dazzling smile and tries to make eye contact, but it's clear that Ross only has eyes for his wombat.
BTW, when Björn starts to sing Rock Me in the above video, UK viewers will note that he has somehow metamorphosed into Nick Ross, the hapless BBC anchorman who Agnetha reduced to a mumbling wreck in 1983 simply by saying to him 'Wrap Your Arms Around Me':
Here, Björn enters the room with what I presume to be baby daughter Emma in his arms. Emma would have been ten months old at the time, born a year after marrying Lena and 18 months or so after divorcing Agnetha. At first it looks as if Agnetha, reading a magazine, is studiously ignoring them. Looks like an awkward situation. But the next moment she is giving the baby her full attention.
Post by chelseacharger on Jul 17, 2015 12:54:35 GMT
Just saw an episode of 60's Western series 'Gunsmoke' and one of the 'baddies' looked familiar. Up come the credits and it was indeed Gunnar Hellstrom. Ah.....Raskenstam. Agnetha of course got the Golden Egg for these hilarious rehearsal out-takes (Maybe another for cracking Noel Edmonds up with her tumble). The second video doesn't have translations but has the teddy bear scenes as well as the final filmed cut. Warning : Infectious laughter.