The famous song that was around for most of our childhoods just turned 40 and we feel so old!
Millenials might not know Queen’s famous hit, “Bohemian Rhapsody”, but those of us who have been around a bit longer know exactly what’s up. We remember back when Freddie Mercury had all the girls and boys swooning.
We also remember when the rock ballad was featured on Wayne’s World, and when it was inducted into the Grammy’s Hall of Fame. Well, now on its 40th birthday, this song, which sings of both romance and individualism and reminds us of why we all love the art of rock music so much, is being honored in the most surprising way possible.
Perhaps it’s not too surprising, because though it is a rock ballad, it is still a ballad. These two professional dancers from the English National Ballet Company have choreographed a beautiful dance to the song that was considered one of the best selling singles of all time in five different countries.
Their tribute to the song’s memory is all the more touching because of the serious tone of their dancing. Cue the music for Erina Takahashi and James Forbat, two of the top-tier dancers from the English National Ballet.
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