This tribute to Freddie Mercury is lovely to watch

I saw this a few minutes ago at double-half or one ten without ham and just had to share it with all the other Queen fans out there


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  1. How clever. And beautiful.
    Thank you.

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    1. I watched it three times and there's not a single misstep in the whole routine, it's flawless. And something I always wanted to learn, (ice-dancing) but growing up in Port Pirie didn't give me a chance. But I can dream and dream-skate.

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  2. You made me smile big :-) Thank you for sharing!

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    1. Iris Flavia; you're welcome. I have a few readers who don't go to your site and I knew they would like to see this.

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  3. I watched the entire performance. First of all because a blogging friend posted it. Second because I found it fascinating and beautiful.
    I am not a sports watcher. Seems all is football and basketball etc etc. Skating is a team effort and sport. Skating is ever so skillful and exiting. The crowd thought so too.
    I wonder where our priorities are. :(

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    1. nothoughtsnoprayersnonothing; I'm not a sports watcher either, but will watch dancing on ice any chance I get.

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  4. Very cool! I loved the FM movie...the Elton John movie disappointed.

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    1. joeh; glad you liked it. I thought the FM movie was really great, better than I expected. The Elton John one was okay too, but FM was better.

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  5. Enjoyed this so much, what precision and skill!

    XO
    WWW

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    1. WWW; the precision and skill, the perfect timing, made it well worth watching.

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  6. Thank you. I am a fan of Queen and that was just lovely.

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    1. Arkansas Patti; I'm a Queen fan too, but don't like every single song, I'm picky like that.

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  7. Wonderful! Wonderful! I, too, am a huge Queen fan...a huge Freddie fan...always have been...always will be.

    Thanks, River. :)

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  8. This was beautiful. Sometimes the routine reminded me of power grid turbines, which I also find graceful and beautiful. I've been directed to this site before. By you?

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    1. Joanne; I don't think I've directed you, but you may have followed a link from my comments. Perhaps someone else directed you. I saw the power grid turbines in there too.

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  9. I recall that song and love ice dance.

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    1. peppylady (Dora); one of my favourite songs, and I love ice dancing.

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    1. Margaret-whiteangel; ice is such a tricky medium, I wonder how many hours they practised to get such perfection.

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  11. Wow... Absolutely flawless! I don't know how they do what they do but it is mesmerizing... Thank you for sharing this. Just wonderful.

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  12. Hi River,

    That's excellent. I wish I could skate like that. I wish I could skate full stop ...

    :o)

    Cheers

    PM

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    1. Plasman; I wish I could skate too, I would love to dance on the ice, but I never even learned rollerskating.

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  13. Astounding athleticism, set to one of the most musically amazing songs ever. Wow.

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    1. messymimi; it's the most amazing thing, to the best song.

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