Freddie Mercury Inspires Airport On His Birthday

Before becoming the frontman of Queen in 1970, and forever changing the world of music, Freddie Mercury worked as a baggage handler in the Heathrow Airport. Flash forward to Wednesday September 5th, and the mythical lead singer would have been 72 years old. With that in mind, staff members of the airport and British Airways decided to put together an extremely fun flash mob as a tribute to the man. 

A press release from British Airways, reported in the travel section of Fox News, described the amazing effort as such: “Mercury-inspired dance movies, choreographed by Strictly Come Dancing and X Factor choreographer Lyndon Lloyd."

The video is truly something else, and it'll make any Queen fan feel happy and inspired while we wait for the release of Bohemian Rhapsody later this year. Check it out! 



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