Brian May honours ‘dear’ Freddie Mercury 30 years after death – ‘There are no words’

GMB: Brian May remembers Freddie Mercury's final days

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Having taken the world by storm over the course of 30 years with Queen, Freddie Mercury died at just 45-years-old on November 24, 1991. Now, three decades later, his bandmate Brian May has honoured the late singer with a short, but powerful post. The 74-year-old wrote: “No words from me today. Thanks Vanessa for the graphic. And thanks to all of you who have honoured dear Freddie today. Bri.”

The post included the mentioned graphic of a statue of Freddie with his arm in the air while holding a microphone as the sun sets in the background.

But this isn’t just any sculpture of the Queen singer but the one that used to stand atop of the Dominion Theatre’s entrance when We Will Rock You played there.

After the show closed in 2014, the band’s drummer Roger Taylor had it moved to his garden in the English countryside.

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