I'm guessing that this was inspired by the lady admitting on Radio 1 many years ago that she'd never seen Star Wars, or a Bond film, and her video was a BetaMax.
So, here's my confession - until the start of August I'd never seen Mamma Mia.
I know that puts me in a minority and I'm not entirely sure how this happened. I genuinely felt that I was destined to never watch it, having not seen it at the cinema, caught it on DVD or managed to see it when it was shown seemingly-endlessly on ITV2.
This cinematic omission started to became a source of acute embarrassment - when other people talked about it, or said they were going to see the West End show, I would have to admit that I'd never seen it, and they would look at me incredulously like I'd said that I didn't like wine or chocolate.
I feared that I would never discover who Sophie's father was - the thing is, I still don't know, I'm guessing it's Pierce Brosnan's character, but they never really made it clear did they?
I'd heard all the discussions about Pierce's terrible singing, but previously had to just nod and smile because I hadn't a clue. But now I do! Now I can join in such discussions and say 'it's not that bad, I've heard worse' with a slight air of authority.
I really enjoyed the film, and sang along with the songs to the obvious despair and embarrassment of husband and daughter respectively.
I'd forgotten how much I love the music of ABBA - I might even be tempted to go and see ABBAMANIA at The Corby Cube on 17th September. Perhaps it's time to dig out the platform shoes and the blue eyeshadow - Mamma Mia, here I go again!