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Queen – still absolutely amazing

Queen – still amazing and still as big as ever. Their new album 'Absolute Greatest' debuted at number three in the UK charts this week and the BBC have announced that Queen's legendary 1975 Christmas Eve show at the Hammersmith Odeon in London will be broadcast on BBC this Friday.

If you're in the UK you may have seen the Queen-themed X Factor on ITV1 the other week. If you're not, or even if you are and want to watch again, here's the amazing appearance by Brian May and Roger Taylor for the finalists' performance of the always extraordinary Bohemian Rhapsody:

And today the UK's first permanent memorial to Freddie Mercury will be unviled in Feltham High Street in Middlesex, the town where Freddie moved to with his family when he was 17. The ceremony will be attended by Freddie's mother Jer Bulsara, his sister Kash Cooke and Brian May. Freddie passed away on November 24 1991.

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