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Mon, 22 May 2017 06:57:00 GMT


Queen's Brian May reveals Freddie Mercury lost foot during Aids battle
Queen guitarist Brian May has spoken of the impact Aids had on Freddie Mercury - revealing the frontman lost most of his foot as he battled with the disease. May said he is "sure" that Freddie would still be alive if a combined drugs therapy had ...
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Tue, 09 May 2017 23:17:39 GMT

Daily Mail

'Don't f*** it up!' Rami Malek says he felt Freddie Mercury's presence as he played iconic rocker in Queen biopic
Daily Mail
The Night At The Museum star admitted that he first met Queen members Roger Taylor and Brian May before they had watched the tape in which he performed their hit singles in the style of Freddie Mercury, and had an awkward moment as he had to watch ...
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Mon, 22 May 2017 21:55:08 GMT

OK! Magazine

Brian May reveals how AIDs battle led former Queen frontman Freddie Mercury to lose his foot and says he could have ...
OK! Magazine
Freddie Mercury died of acquired immuno-deficiency syndrome in 1991, aged just 45. But despite being one of the nation's most well-loved personalities, the Queen frontman was keen to keep his battle with the illness private, and only announced the news ...