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Freddie Mercury seems in a BBC Two documentary that revisits iconic performances by LGBTQ artists. ‘LGBTQ+ Hits at the BBC’ brings collectively among the high periods on the broadcaster by musicians who’ve pushed the boundaries on and off stage. Many of those that seem within the hour-long particular are famend for displaying their intercourse or sexuality of their work.

As nicely as Freddie, the programme options performances by George Michael, Boy George, Barry Manilow, Beth Ditto, MNEK and Lil Nas X.

Freddie was famously Queen’s frontman till his tragic demise from bronchial pneumonia regarding AIDS in 1991.

In the years since his passing, his fellow Queen bandmates Brian May, Roger Taylor, and John Deacon have all paid tribute to the late star.

However, like all mates, the legendary foursome nonetheless had their squabbles, together with Freddie and Brian May.

The Queen guitarist revealed in an interview final year that he and Freddie had “merciless” rows.

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Speaking to Classic Rock Magazine, the guitarist said: “We had been cruel, we said terrible issues.

“It was a battle. That’s what breaks bands up. There had been numerous arguments about how a lot enter everyone had.”

“We were like four painters with a brush each but one canvas.”

Despite their squabbles, the British rock band, formed in 1970, has managed to sell over 300 million albums worldwide.

Brian suggested that through the group’s arguments, they actually got the best out of one another.

Perhaps Brian’s biggest feud in the band was with Queen’s drummer Roger, whose rows were among the most fractious.

Jokingly, Brian said: “We had big, big dreams. We wanted it all, and we felt we had what it takes.

“It’s funny because if it had been just me and Roger, we would never have stuck together.”

Brian and Roger still perform together as Queen + Adam Lambert, although without John, who is retired.

Singer-songwriter Adam has taken on the role of frontman with the band in its latest incarnation.

Performing together since 2011, one of the trio’s latest performances was for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee last weekend.

The band opened with some of their biggest hits at the Jubilee concert outside Buckingham Palace in London on Saturday.

‘LGBTQ+ Hits at the BBC’ airs on BBC Two tonight from 8pm.

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