Amazing Moment! The Queen’s Guards Play 'Bohemian Rhapsody' Hours After The 'Queen' Film Wins Golden Globe

Date January 10, 2019 15:49

Bohemian Rhapsody has definitely deserved the name of one of the best films of 2018. And many critics agree with our opinion because the film, which tells about the life of Queen lead singer, Freddie Mercury, can boast not one, but two Golden Globe Awards.


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The hit, starring Rami Malek as Freddie Mercury, was awarded at the dazzling Hollywood ceremony. The title of the film bears the name of 1975 single, which is the third bestselling song in the UK history.

In order to commemorate such an incredible win, the Queen’s royal guards surprised onlookers with a musical performance outside Buckingham Palace.

The royal guards’ nod to the box office hit

The royal guards outside Buckingham Palace showed off their musical talent with a surprising yet outstanding performance of their version of the Queen classic Bohemian Rhapsody, which came hours after the film’s success at the 2019 Golden Globes was announced to the world.


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The London’s tourists shared their videos of the Grenadier Guards playing the people’s favorite hit. Most expressed their delight at witnessing an unexpected concert.

People took to social media to share their contentment. The user Spickle Nick commented:

Freddie would be happy to see this. It's nuts the queens guards are performing this. Shows how Freddie made an impact really.


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Mercury definitely made an impact not only on the music industry, but on people’s lives, as well. Great King Rat remembered the time when the legendary singer posed outside Buckingham Palace, saying:

Freddie Mercury posed for photos outside Buckingham Palace in 1974 for the British music press!!! 45 years later, they're playing his most famous song in there!!!

Another user Ciucur Nadia Maria complimented the guards by commenting:

This guys knows how to play! Freddie is a legend. "How many Galileo do you want?" MAGNIFICO! LONG LIVE THE QUEEN

Congratulations to the film with its well-deserved win, as well as to the talented minds that created such an extraordinary song.

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