Freddie Mercury performing at Wembley Arena with Queen on his 38th birthday, 5th September 1984. Inset: one of four new artworks to celebrate Freddie Mercury's 75th birthday. (Photo by Nigel Wright/Mirrorpix/Getty Images)

Four new artworks celebrate Freddie Mercury’s 75th birthday, benefitting the worldwide fight against AIDS

Brian May's private helicopter lands on a cricket pitch mid-game, and Brian May performing live in Milan with Queen + Adam Lambert.

Howzat! Queen's Brian May interrupts cricket match by landing his helicopter on the pitch

Brian May duets with Brian May

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Queen in concert

Brian May pays heartbreaking tribute to Freddie Mercury on the Queen singer's 75th birthday

Behind-the-scenes pictures of Freddie Mercury throughout his career

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Michael Jackson wins Smooth Icons for 2021

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Freddie Mercury and David Bowie both performing at Wembley Stadium for Live Aid in 1985.

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Worst album covers

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Rami Malek won the Academy Award for Best Actor for his portrayal of Freddie Mercury in Bohemian Rhapsody

Brian May reveals that a movie sequel to Bohemian Rhapsody is currently in the works

Seal Freddie Mercury Live Forever

Watch Seal’s powerful tribute to Freddie Mercury from 1992 with ‘Who Wants To Live Forever’

Ten-year-old George Elliot wowed viewers of The Voice Kids with an incredible cover of Queen's 'Radio Gaga'

The Voice Kids: Boy, 10, challenges Freddie Mercury with astounding version of Queen's 'Radio Gaga' - video

Elvis Presley, Michael Jackson and Gary Barlow

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Brian May - Too Much Love Will Kill You

Watch the stunning remastered video for Brian May's 'Too Much Love Will Kill You'

Michael Jackson and Freddie Mercury recorded music together

Queen explain how Michael Jackson "loved Freddie" and convinced them to record one of their biggest hits

Freddie Mercury pictured backstage at the famous Slane Castle, Ireland concert on July 5, 1986.

Backstage pass: Snapshots of Freddie Mercury's weird and wonderful life on tour

Queen and Rod Stewart recorded a song together

The story behind Queen’s lost collaboration with Rod Stewart

Brian May has shared footage of his flooded home

Queen's Brian May says he's 'devastated' as he shares footage of flooded west London home

Brian May has said he thinks Freddie Mercury would still be part of Queen now

Brian May says Freddie Mercury would still be performing with Queen today if he were alive