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    Queen have revealed they will a release a previously unheard track featuring vocals recorded by late frontman Freddie Mercury.  The band's surviving members discovered the song in their archives and it dates from The Miracle recording sessions during which they laid down around 30 tracks for the 1989 album - many of which were never released.  Freddie died in 1991 after suffering complications related to AIDS but he will now hit the charts one last time.  'We found a little gem featuring Freddie': Queen revealed they will release an 'unheard track' with vocals by their late frontman - 30 years after his death  (pictured performing at Live Aid in 1985) Speaking with Zoe Ball on BBC Radio 2 drummer Roger Taylor explained: 'We did find a little gem from Freddie, that we'd kind of forgotten about. And it was. It's wonderful'. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'So nice to see you again!' Dan Walker is lauded by fans as... 'You look amazing': Trinny Woodall, 58, showcases her... Tess Daly and Vernon Kay put...
    A WOMAN who is 6ft 7ins tall welcomed her first baby after being told she would never have kids. Haleigh, who lives in Cleveland, Tennessee, stands almost a foot taller than her husband Brian who is 5ft 8ins tall. 3Haleigh is 6ft 7ins while her husband Brian is 5ft 8insCredit: TLC 3The couple welcomed their first daughter together, Kaya James Just a few months into their marriage the couple began to try for a baby but due to Hayleigh’s ovarian cysts and misshapen uterus, they struggled to conceive. Speaking on TLC's My Giant Life, Haleigh said: “I’m excited about my giant baby. Brian and I call this our miracle baby because we were told by different doctors that we couldn’t get pregnant. “Thinking I couldn’t have kids was the hardest thing I’ve ever dealt with. I wanted to be a mom since I was a little kid. “I really felt like I was letting Brian down - it was a hard six months but then we got pregnant with a miracle baby without trying.” And Haleigh and Brian are anticipating...
    Queen legend, Brian May, recently shared a video that he described as “haunting him for days” with his 2.9 million Instagram followers.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Brian Harold May (@brianmayforreal) The video depicts a pet turkey looking into an oven that contained a roasted turkey. The video also had audio of the owner reassuring their turkey that he did not “know” the one in the oven. Brian May said, “You don’t have to be a Vegan (to be appalled by the gross abuse of these birds every year at this time. There are so many great ways to make your Christmas roast dinner delicious these days. I’ve been quite sickened by the endless advertising images of these poor dead animals on our TV screens over the last few weeks. It’s as if there were a desperation in the animal-based food industry that we might all discover that this is one tradition we really DON’T NEED to follow.” He said that he would be celebrating a cruelty-free Christmas and that he...
    More On: Coronavirus Billie Eilish: I would have died from COVID if I hadn’t been vaccinated Chrissy Teigen, John Legend did not buy out entire row at Radio City, despite report Prince Harry encourages people to quit job if it doesn’t bring joy Keira Knightley ‘feeling pretty rubbish’ after family contracts COVID-19 Queen guitarist Brian May has revealed that he has tested positive for COVID-19. May, 74, said he and his wife, Anita Dobson, had been “incredibly careful” and had been acting “very hermit-like” throughout the pandemic, but decided to go out to a birthday lunch for a friend earlier this month where all guests provided negative COVID-19 tests. “It seemed like you were in a safe situation. You have your negative tests… What could possibly go wrong? We thought were in a safe bubble so we didn’t wear masks,” May said in a video posted to Instagram on Saturday. But by Monday, the lead guitarist said that he and his wife had begun experiencing COVID-19 symptoms. “We’re testing the whole time and we’re testing negative. And Tuesday, I...
    Brian May, the guitarist for the legendary British rock group Queen, blasted the “predatory” press for “subtly twisting” his criticism of left-wing cancel culture to make it seem that he opposes transgenderism. In a Sunday post to Instagram, May slammed the British press for misleading fans about the point he was making last week when he spoke to the Daily Mirror about the recent changes eliminating “male” and “female” categories for the British Record Industry Trusts (BRIT) Awards show. According to the BRIT announcement, all recording artists will be treated equally in competition for award categories and the awards will not be separated out into male and female groupings. May said he felt “ambushed” by the “predatory Press hacks” of the Mirror and in no way intended to make it look like he was “unfriendly to trans people.” “Yes – I was ambushed and completely stitched up by a journalist at the recent ITV event,” May wrote on his November 28 Instagram post. “And it’s led to a whole mess of press stories making it look like I’m unfriendly to...
    Queen legend Freddie Mercury's last words and final days will be revealed in new BBC2 documentary, Freddie Mercury: The Final Act, to be aired later this month.   According to the Irish Mirror, Anita Dobson, wife of Queen guitarist Brian May and close friend of Freddie, recalls how the band's frontman was preparing to die six months before his early death at age 45 from complications due to AIDS.  Freddie's personal assistant Peter Freestone will also reveal how he would care for the star in the two weeks prior to his death, with Freddie 'rejecting life-saving drugs'.  'When I can't sing anymore darling, then I will die. I will drop dead': Queen legend's heart-wrenching final words will be revealed in new BBC2 documentary, Freddie Mercury: The Final Act, to air later this month. Freddie is pictured in July in 1985 at Live Aid  'I remember he said, "When I can't sing anymore darling, then I will die. I will drop dead",' Anita, 72, reportedly says about Freddie's final words to her.  Anita also describes Freddie as looking 'very thin and gaunt'...
    THE Guatemalan criminal Marixa Lemus Pérez conducted her campaign of terror over a span of several years which saw her go from mayoral candidate to cocaine queen. Known by the alias "La Patrona" - the female boss - Marixa built a criminal empire through cold-blooded murder and drug trafficking in a small South American town. 3Marixa Lemus Pérez was the leader of a criminal empire in GuatemalaCredit: Prensa Libre/Hemeroteca PL 3'La Patrona' was captured by police after her first escape from prison in 2016Credit: PNC de Guatemala She was caged for good in 2017 after being handed down a 94-year prison sentence for a number of brutal crimes she committed. But there was a point in her life that Marixa ran for mayor and it came after the tragic death of her sister. In 2011, Marixa's sister had organised a meeting with people from the local community as she was running for mayor of the town of Moyuta. But on that day a group of armed men with shotguns and AK-47s opened fire at the meeting killing eight people -...
    THE Queen today carried out her first official engagement since being ordered to rest by doctors following a health scare. Her Majesty, 95, hosted several virtual audiences at Windsor Castle after Palace aides told her to "cut back" on her "exhausting" schedule. 1The monarch carried out her first official engagements since staying overnight in hospitalCredit: PA The monarch was forced to cancel a planned trip to Northern Ireland before spending a night in hospital for tests. She was later discharged in "good spirits" and keen to get back to her desk. It was believed her medical team acted out of caution to have her admitted to King Edward VII hospital in Marylebone on Wednesday. And the overnight stay — her first in a hospital for eight years — was for practical reasons, and unrelated to coronavirus. Today was the first time the head of state has been seen - albeit on a computer screen - since she hosted a busy evening reception for the global investment summit on October 19. She cancelled her trip to Northern...
    ROCKER Brian May stopped play by landing his helicopter in the middle of a cricket match. The Queen guitarist arrived on the chopper for a wedding. 2Brian May delayed the cricket match after landing his helicopter on the outfield The match was delayed as the 74-year-old disembarked on the outfield with wife Anita, 72. An onlooker said: “I’ve heard of rain stops play, but not May stops play.” The couple were attending the wedding of Queen drummer Roger Taylor’s doctor daughter Rory in Mawnan Smith, Cornwall. Falmouth CC said the match between its 2nd XI and Helston 2nds was delayed seven minutes. The couple were then taken by car to the venue 15 minutes away. A club official said: “Everyone just stopped to watch this monster land in the middle of the game. Brian left by helicopter at about 10.15pm.” The rocker was approached for comment. Most read in The US Sun FIGHT NIGHT Machine Gun Kelly and Conor McGregor come to blows on MTV VMAs red carpetthat's cheeky! Megan Fox flaunts butt in sheer dress & THONG as Travis...
    Brian May has branded Eric Clapton and other anti-vaxxers 'fruitcakes'. The Queen guitarist, 74, insisted the Wonderful Tonight hitmaker is still his 'hero' but admitted their views on many issues differ. It follows the 76-year-old musician's anti-lockdown stance and recent pledge not to perform at gigs where proof of immunisation against coronavirus is required to attend. 'He has very different views from me': Queen's Brian May, 74, branded his 'hero' Eric Clapton, 76, a 'fruitcake' along with all other anti-vaxxers (pictured in 2020) Frenemies: The Queen guitarist, 74, insisted the Wonderful Tonight hitmaker (pictured in 2020) is still his 'hero' but admitted their views on many issues differ Asked about Eric's view and anti-vaxxers as a whole, Brian told The Independent: 'I love Eric Clapton, he's my hero, but he has very different views from me in many ways.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Conor McGregor is all smiles even while sporting crutches... Listen to The Voice star's incredible rendition of Aussie... Share this article Share 'Anti-vax people, I'm sorry,...
    QUEEN’S Brian May is working on a sequel to the Bohemian Rhapsody film. The guitarist, 74, said: “We are looking at it. Yeah, we have been looking at ideas.” 2Brian May wants a Bohemian Rhapsody sequelCredit: AP:Associated Press The 2018 blockbuster — which shared its name with the band’s iconic No1 song — focused on late frontman Freddie Mercury. Brian continued: “It’s going to be hard to follow that one as none of us could have predicted how massive that was going to be. “We put a lot of heart and soul into making it and no one could have predicted as it was bigger than Gone With The Wind.” He told fans on an Instagram Live chat: “But, yes, we are thinking maybe it could happen but it would have to be a great script. "It’s going to take a while to figure that out.” Most read in BizarreExclusiveLOVE LOST Love Island star Josh's sister 'planning her wedding' before sudden death at 27TRAGIC LOSS My 600lb Life star 'dead at 30' after unveiling mystery illness weeks beforefamily tragedy...
    Tucking into a barbecue, the shy-looking man in red gives nothing away of his public persona – as famously flamboyant Freddie Mercury. The photograph of Mercury loading up his plate with his Queen bandmate, drummer Roger Taylor, is one of hundreds in an exclusive collection shared here for the band's 50th anniversary. And, as Mercury himself might say, it's guaranteed to blow your mind. It charts the band's story from the birth of its classic line-up of Mercury, Taylor, bass player John Deacon and guitarist Brian May – and includes the touching image of singer Freddie at the barbecue thrown by music producer Roy Baker in 1978 Brian with Stereo Realist (3-D) camera in hand, 1978. He said: 'The fascination for stereo that I'd picked up as a kid never went away. I bought my first 35 mm film stereo camera in 1974, on our first Queen tour of the United States' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Country singer Luke Combs, 30, apologizes for using... Wedding guest is killed and bride narrowly cheats...
    Almost 30 years after the death of Freddie Mercury, What in is back in the media spotlight thanks to Brian May, the most active member of the group, who has decided embody the essence of the band in an exclusive perfume. The guitarist is a strong defender of animal rights, and with this fragrance I wanted to contribute even more to the fight: “Wild Animal Rescue never smelled so good! Join the Sergio Momo launch today! This amazing man is doing something wonderful for the welfare of animals. “She shared, referring to the refuge in which she collaborates and to which the benefits of the perfume will go. Sergio Momo, creator of the perfume firm Xerjoff Universe, is the nose behind this project and has added together with May a unimaginable ingredient: badger hair, as published a few days ago Il Corriere della Sera. This ingredient, although it seems a complete madness, has its meaning and is that Much of Brian May’s animalistic activity focuses on saving badgers. Accompanying the badger hair, we can also find other olfactory notes...
    QUEEN legend Brian May is launching his own badger-scented perfume. The curly-haired animal rights campaigner said it will raise money to protect wildlife. 4Queen member Brian May is launching his own badger-scented perfumeCredit: Getty Images - Getty 4The perfume, named Save Me, smells of 'sandalwood and badger' Guitarist Brian, 73, described his fragrance Save Me as whiffing of “sandalwood and badger” and added: “Compassion has never smelled so sweet.” Ingredients include pink pepper, jasmine, chamomile, mimosa, ylang ylang and musk. Sold in a blood-red bottle, it is named after the band’s 1980 hit. Their other classics include Bohemian Rhapsody and Who Wants To Live Forever. Last night, an anonymous snout said: “A lot of effort has gone into it and Brian did a lot of smellings before he was happy. 4The scent is named after band Queen's 1980 hit Credit: Rex Features Most read in CelebrityLive BlogKAN IT BE?Kim K divorce LIVE - Kanye split came after BOMBSHELL advice from Kris JennerBreakingBYE, SHIShia LaBeouf splits from Margaret Qualley after FKA Twigs accuses him of abuse'NOT AMERICA!'Jenna Bush Hager sobs over Capitol...
    Turbulence in Texas AGs office to delay Google ad suit 9 Popular Groceries Everyone Is Buying Right Now Queens Brian May Says Wife Anita Dobson Totally Saved My Life Following Heart Attack © Provided by People David Fisher/BAFTA/Shutterstock Brian May is thankful for his wife Anita Dobson after recovering from the “small heart attack” he suffered earlier this year. Talking to the Daily Express, the Queen guitarist, 73, talked about the key role his wife, 71, played in his recovery — and how he thinks he might have had coronavirus prior to the attack. “She was incredible," he told the British outlet. "She totally saved my life because I couldn’t do anything and she just kind of nursed me, so I will forever be in her debt, she did an incredible job on me." After having three small ‘stent’ tubes inserted into his blocked arteries to maintain the flow of blood following the heart attack, the London Road actress has helped him adopt a daily fitness routine. (The two have been married for 20 years.) © David Fisher/BAFTA/Shutterstock "I couldn’t do...
    Queen guitarist Brian May is convinced that he had a heart attack in May as a result of coronavirus complications. The rocker has tested negative for the illness although he believes he contracted it in January, making testing now obsolete. May, 73, suffered a heart attack earlier this year and he said he was “near death.” His wife, Anita, has since been his caretaker as he attempts to fully recover. QUEEN GUITARIST BRIAN MAY SAYS HE’S ‘INCREDIBLY GRATEFUL’ TO BE ALIVE AFTER HEART ATTACK Brian May believes he contracted coronavirus prior to his heart attack earlier this year. (Neil Mockford/GC Images) “It was the worst thing, the complications that came on afterward from the drugs that you have to take actually nearly killed me – much more than the heart attack,” May told the Express of his recovery. The rocker then explained that he thought coronavirus was to blame for his health scare because he was "the fittest person on that last Queen tour we did” and "didn't tick any of the boxes to get a heart attack." May...
    POODLE Onyx not only looks like Queen guitarist Brian May — he even loves his music. Owner Rose Haley, 23, says she is often stopped by people who spot the resemblance. 10Onyx bares an uncanny resemblance to Brian MayCredit: Kennedy News and Media 10The poodle has the same big-haired look as the Queen guitaristCredit: Splash News The two-year-old developed his curly grey bouffant at seven months old. Rose said: “It’s definitely Onyx’s hair that reminds me the most of Brian May. They have the same signature hairdo. “A lot of people agree that Onyx looks like Brian May. "I get so many comments on his hair, a lot of people have said they’re twins. “My roommate says he’s Brian May in another life. He even gives off that rock star vibe. “I played Onyx Queen’s music a lot when we first noticed the resemblance. He’s a fan too. 10Onyx's owner is often stopped by people who spot the resemblanceCredit: Kennedy News and Media 10The pooch is even a fan of Queen's musicCredit: Kennedy News and Media Most read in...
    Its associations with Queen – the rock band – are undeniable, thanks, ah-ah, to the soaring theme tune. But camp Eighties sci-fi classic Flash Gordon has been revealed to have strong links to the other Queen – Her Majesty. The cosmic romp, featuring Brian Blessed as the winged extraterrestrial Prince Vultan, is said to be our monarch's favourite film.  Camp Eighties sci-fi classic Flash Gordon has been revealed to have strong links to the other Queen – Her Majesty. Brian Blessed is pictured above as Prince Vultan The claim has been made by the larger-than-life actor, who famously booms the line that has become his catchphrase: 'Gordon's alive!' Talking to Edith Bowman on Yahoo Movies, Blessed said: 'The Queen, it's her favourite film, she watches it with her grandchildren every Christmas.' The late Max von Sydow is pictured above as Emperor Ming the Merciless in the film  The 83-year-old then impersonated Her Majesty's voice in the interview, saying: 'You know, we watch Flash Gordon all the time, me and the grandchildren. And if you don't mind, I've got the grandchildren here, would...
    YOU might be surprised to hear that the Queen owns a mobile phone, and you’ll be even more surprised to hear what her voicemail message was. Writing in her book The Wicked Wit of the Royal Family, author Karen Dolby shared the hilarious message that Prince Harry set for his grandmother. 2People calling the Queen used to be greeted by a voicemail saying, "hey wassup? This is Liz"Credit: PA:Press Association She writes: “Prince Harry… is known for his sense of fun, and is said to have once recorded a message on his grandmother’s mobile phone so that anyone calling was greeted by ‘Hey, wassup? This is Liz.'” According to royal author and journalist Brian Hoey, Her Majesty never goes anywhere without her ultra-slim smartphone that can slip into a pocket or handbag. It is reportedly kept fully charged at all times and is also encrypted so any hackers can't tap into her calls or text messages. But rather than her husband Prince Philip being her top contact, her most contacted people are said to be her daughter Princess Anne and...
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