Amanda Seyfried's husband was not happy with Mamma Mia 2

Amanda Seyfried's husband was not happy with Mamma Mia 2

While ABBA hits like "Take a Chance on Me" and "Dancing Queen" have previously been covered by Erasure, by A-Teens and on "Glee", Cher said her renditions would break away a bit from the tried-and-true, 1970s Europop sound. And a decade later, a host of stars turned out to celebrate the premiere of the much-anticipated sequel Mamma Mia!

But safe to say, when she does pop up towards the end to sing My Love, My Life as a duet with Seyfried's Sophie, there won't be a dry eye in the house.

It has been ten years since the film Mamma Mia! burst on to cinema screens. Here We Go Again with ex Dominic Cooper, has explained that they actually do mind.

Wales Online reports that mixed reviews are coming in since the film premiered on Monday night.

She told the Today Show in the US. I assume that everybody sees him the way I do.

It's been ten years but Mamma Mia! is back for a second sing-song
Image It's been ten years but Mamma Mia! is back for a second sing-song

Seyfried, 32, married Sadoski past year.

Not only did they pose for pictures but the two also shared a kiss.

"I'd rather he be jealous than completely fine with it", Seyfried said. "He's very supportive and he loves this movie, and [he and Dominic] got along absolutely fine when we were shooting".

"Finally after eight years there was a script that everyone agreed on so we said OK then, let's do it", he said.

"I'm never going to be with a guy that can't deal with my friendship with him". At the time, Seyfried was dating actor Justin Long and Sadoski was married to Kimberly Hope. Directed by Jason Moore (Avenue Q) with a book by Rick Elice (Jersey Boys), the production features three actresses playing Cher at different points of time in her life. "It felt healthy and freeing and clean".

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You got me.' There won't be a Perry Mason here, I don't think. "But I will absolutely, firmly ask the question". Speaking on the BBC , she said: "He told me I should sue the European Union - not go into negotiations".

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