Watch a Freddie Mercury lookalike amaze concert goers with 'ay-oh!' routine in Chile

27 March 2019, 14:47 | Updated: 27 March 2019, 14:51

By Tom Eames

We'd give anything to see Freddie Mercury live in concert again, but this will do for now!

At a Paul McCartney concert in Chile this month, a Freddie Mercury lookalike entertained the crowd by going into full Live Aid mode.

As Macca fans were filling in the National Stadium, this man started getting cheered as he took his seat, purely because of who he heavily resembled. Watch a clip above.

Then, he burst into Freddie's iconic 'Ah-Oh!' routine, much to the pleasure of everyone in attendance.

However, it wasn't just some random bloke, but rather a professional Freddie Mercury tribute act, Mauricio Torres, who attended the gig in full Freddie regalia.

Cuando vas a ver a Paul MCcartney y te encuentras con Mercury 😂

Cuando vas a ver a Paul MCcartney y te encuentras con Mercury 😂

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You'd think the Queen frontman would get better seats, but there you go.

Rami Malek and his Bohemian Rhapsody castmates perfectly recreated the Live Aid gig in the hit 2018 movie, which ended up winning four Oscars.

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