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Adam Lambert Bohemian Rhapsody Rendition Is Epic: Watch The Video Here

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Adam Lambert arrives at Wango Tango 2015 held at StubHub Center on Saturday, May 9, 2015, in Carson, Calif. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP)

According to Entertainment Weekly, the Ghost Town singer recently took his devotion to Queen to the next level when he recreated the band?s iconic ?Bohemian Rhapsody? video with Alan Carr on the comedian?s show Chatty Man.

Glambert showed his Queen love once again when he teamed up with British comedian Alan Carr to re-create the band?s iconic ?Bohemian Rhapsody? video on Carr?s show ?Chatty Man? on Oct. 16.

Their faces were doubled to fill out the quartet of the band, with Lambert taking lead vocals for the song?s difficult operetta break. Carr donned a shaggy wig for the affair but Lambert was glammed up in a stylish black number.

It?s an impossible task for anyone to re-create the genius of Queen?s original frontman Freddie Mercury, but Lambert continues to prove that he?s as decent a second as you?re going to find reported Zapt2It.

GigWise?states that, meanwhile, Adam Lambert recently addressed the rumours that Queen would be headlining Glastonbury next year. ?That’s the first time hearing of it,? he told Bang Showbiz, “so I don’t know. If they invited me, yes of course I would.?

Below are some facts about the members of queen that aren’t freddie mercury:

There’s no denying that Freddie Mercury was one of the greatest frontmen of all time – but what about the rhythm section behind him that kept tracks like ‘Don’t Stop Me Now’, ‘I Want To Break Free’ and ‘We Will Rock You’ charged with such explosive energy?

While many fans know that Brian May attained a PHD in astrophysics, he also boasted the title of “science team collaborator” on NASA’s New Horizons mission to Pluto. In the aftermath of the historic flyby, May admitted he was thrilled to be present. “You have inspired the world. Thank you”, he told the team. If sealing your place in space exploration history wasn’t enough, being complimented by one of the greatest guitarists of all time should do nicely.

Queen wasn’t the rock god’s first band. At school, he formed 1984, named after George Orwell’s novel of the same name, with vocalist and bassist Tim Staffell. The pair later became Smile and led to May’s first meeting with Roger Taylor. These things have a mysterious way of working out, don’t they?

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