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Georgia Toffolo sings Dancing Queen backstage at the ABBA interactive museum in Sweden

Gerogie Toffolo took to Instagram on Wednesday to profess her love for Swedish pop legends ABBA.

The 27-year-old television personality took the microphone and released the group’s hit Dancing Queen at their interactive museum in their native Sweden.

Putting on a vintage-inspired playsuit, the blonde beauty threw her arms in the air knowing every word, calling the evening a “highlight in life.”

'This is a highlight in life!': Georgia Toffolo, 27, donned a 1970s jumpsuit on Wednesday to sing backstage at ABBA's interactive museum in their native Sweden

‘This is a highlight in life!’: Georgia Toffolo, 27, donned a 1970s jumpsuit on Wednesday to sing backstage at ABBA’s interactive museum in their native Sweden

Georgia — who’s been in town filming and celebrating Midsummer — boogied in the mini recording studio at the museum in Stockholm, which is full of the band’s memorabilia.

The museum’s website states: ‘ABBA The Museum is an interactive museum where you can virtually try on ABBA’s costumes, sing, play, mix original music and become the fifth member of ABBA by joining Björn, Benny, Frida and Agnetha .’

And Georgia certainly had the time of her life as the camera flipped from Benny Andersson’s piano to the former Made In Chelsea star singing passionately into the microphone.

Does your mom know you're gone?  Georgia boogied in the mini recording studio at the museum in Stockholm, which is full of the band's memorabilia

Dancing Queen: Georgia playfully performed the famous hit, pointing at friends before collapsing into a giggle

Does your mom know you’re gone? Georgia boogied in the mini recording studio located in the museum in Stockholm, which is full of the band’s memorabilia

Georgia playfully performed the famous hit, pointing at friends before collapsing into a giggle.

The reality star looked stunning in a perfectly chosen floral belted playsuit, which hung around her fabulous figure.

The star opted for a simple evening makeup palette and let her blonde locks fall straight down her back.

She captioned the fun clip: ‘For people who know me well, this is truly a highlight in life’.

70s chic: the reality star looked stunning in the playsuit that hung around her fabulous figure

70s chic: the reality star looked stunning in the playsuit that hung around her fabulous figure

ABBA Super Fan: She captioned the fun clip: 'For people who know me well, this is truly a highlight of life'

ABBA Super Fan: She captioned the fun clip: ‘For people who know me well, this is truly a highlight of life’

And while Georgia lived her best life in the band’s then hometown of Sweden, Sweden, in London, Abba entertained fans during their ABBA Voyage concert residency, which kicked off last month at London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Stratford.

The concert, five years in the making, transports audiences back to ABBA’s 1970s and 1980s, where the eerie avatars performed classics like SOS and Mamma Mia, backed by a ten-piece live band.

Adrian Thrills of the Daily Mail praised the show, which is booked until May 2023, when he gave it a lavish four-star review, praising the avatars for their ‘realistic’ looks and ‘rocking’ performance.

The critic said the highlights were a dance medley featuring Lay All Your Love On Me and Summer Night City, their rendition of Waterloo – in which the avatars were projected against vintage footage of ABBA winning the Eurovision Song Contest in Brighton in 1974.

Boogie: The star opted for a simple evening makeup palette and let her blonde locks fall down her back poker straight

Boogie: The star opted for a simple evening makeup palette and let her blonde locks fall down her back poker straight

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Describing the show as ‘a concert like no other’, he wrote: ‘For those lucky enough to witness the opening show of Abba’s virtual residency in London last night, there was only one conclusion: Mamma Mia! How can we resist you?’

But he noted the inevitable downside of an avatar-led concert, as he admitted there couldn’t be any audience interaction or spontaneous moments like there would normally be in a live performance.

“The staging was undoubtedly spectacular, but there are still inherent flaws in any virtual show,” he concluded.

Amazing: The concert, which was five years in the making, transports audiences back to ABBA's 70s and 80s, where the creepy avatars released classics including SOS and Mamma Mia while backed by a ten-piece live band

Amazing: The concert, which was five years in the making, transports audiences back to ABBA's 70s and 80s, where the creepy avatars released classics including SOS and Mamma Mia while backed by a ten-piece live band

Amazing: The concert, which was five years in the making, transports audiences back to ABBA’s 70s and 80s, where the creepy avatars released classics including SOS and Mamma Mia while backed by a ten-piece live band

The realistic avatars are created using motion capture and other technology by Industrial Light and Magic, the special effects company founded by Star Wars director George Lucas.

For five weeks, the band recorded their movements with 160 cameras pointed at them and an 85-person crew manning the operation, which were then used as reference points to create the avatars.

An impressive billion hours of computation were then collected by 1,000 special effects pioneers in four different studios to create the final result, ABBA Voyage.

During the concert, the ABBAtars appeared on a 65 million pixel screen, with lights and other effects creating a futuristic 2D performance, made more realistic by an accompanying 10-piece band.

Rave reviews: The Daily Mail's Adrian Thrills garnered much acclaim on the opening night show when he gave it a lavish four-star review, praising the avatars for their 'realistic' looks and 'rocking' performance

Rave reviews: The Daily Mail’s Adrian Thrills garnered much acclaim on the opening night show when he gave it a lavish four-star review, praising the avatars for their ‘realistic’ looks and ‘rocking’ performance

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