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Mamma Mia 3 movie has been officially ‘confirmed’

Rhiannon Ingle

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Mamma Mia 3 movie has been officially ‘confirmed’

Featured Image Credit: Universal Pictures

Mamma Mia... Here we go again! Yep - again.

Any Meryl Streep and ABBA fanatics out there will be well chuffed to know that the Mamma Mia 3 movie has been officially ‘confirmed’.

While there have definitely been some talks about the potential of a threequel finally joining Judy Craymer's beloved franchise, the latest update teases just who may be cast in the upcoming flick.

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Now, it has now been a whopping 15 years since the first Mamma Mia released back in 2008 and, a decade later, Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again graced our screens in 2018.

The two films have seen repeat stars Pierce Brosnan, Colin Firth, Stellan Skarsgård, Julie Walters, Christine Baranski, Dominic Cooper and Amanda Seyfried, as well as new faces Lily James and the legendary Cher in the sequel.

But... who could be next to join the iconic Mamma Mia family?

It's clear fans all over are itching for their next Mamma Mia fix and screaming out 'Gimme Gimme Gimme' for any more information about the long-awaited third movie.

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Get out your flared jumpsuits and brush up on your ABBA because Mamma Mia 3 has been 'confirmed'. Credit: Universal Pictures
Get out your flared jumpsuits and brush up on your ABBA because Mamma Mia 3 has been 'confirmed'. Credit: Universal Pictures

Well, it seems we won't need to wait too much longer as 'Chatty Man' Alan Carr has revealed some very exciting information.

Speaking on Capital Breakfast with Roman Kemp, Alan said: "I've got an exclusive for you, Judy Craymer the producer has said that I'm going to be in Mamma Mia 3."

The pair are currently joining forces as they work on a new reality competition show where they are searching for the next Sophie in Mamma Mia! on the West End.

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It's clear that the Capital team were amazed by Alan's reveal with Sian responding: "What?! Wow."

Could we see the iconic Meryl Streep resume her role as Donna in the third movie? Credit: Universal Pictures
Could we see the iconic Meryl Streep resume her role as Donna in the third movie? Credit: Universal Pictures

"Yes," Alan insisted, "and we did a press conference and I said, 'Say it, say it!'. Because she'd had a few wines when she said it so I wanted her to say it in front of all the press...so there you go."

Sian then clarified: "So, as in the film?" to which the 47-year-old comedian gushed: "The film, yeah - I'm going to Hollywood baby!"

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Judy, the mastermind behind the franchise, previously opened up about the fresh ideas she had to take things forward.

Speaking to Deadline, she said: "I don’t want to over-egg it, but I know there’s a trilogy there. There is a story there, and I do think Meryl should come back - and if the script is right, she would, I think, because she really loved playing Donna."

Guess we'll have to just wait and see...

Topics: Celebrity, TV And Film, News

Rhiannon Ingle
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