25 Reasons We Needed Mamma Mia 2!

25 Reasons We Needed Mamma Mia 2!

"Here we go again!!!"

Before I begin, I have an announcement almost as big as if Donna had been able to tell Sophie who her father is so make sure you are sitting down. You now have plans for Friday June 20th because Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again hit theaters!

See? I told you I had exciting news! In honor of the 10th anniversary of Mamma Mia! I figured I would dedicate this month's article to why we needed Mamma Mia 2 ... AKA my soon to be new favorite movie!

Sophie and Sky

Another excuse to have a Mamma Mia marathon

Young Sam

Perfect GNO movie!

There’s no such thing as too much Meryl.

The crazy past life of Donna

Young Harry

We meet Donna’s mother

Donna and the Dynamos

We can not not know about Rosie and Bill

Another reason to sing at the top of your lungs, as if you needed one :)

Who is Sophie’s dad?

The island

All the laughs

Young Tonya

The perfect summer movie

What happened with Donna and Sam after the wedding?


Dance party

**Spins around to dancing queen

We learn the story about “dot…dot…dot…

Young Bill

Young Rosie


Did I mention Meryl?

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