Freddie would be proud.
Freddie would be proud.
“Tragedyyyy oooh oooh ooooooh…”
“Bohemian Rhapsody” like you’ve never heard it before.
Ran Enrico Magen, an engineer at Twitter, finds a wonderfully geeky use for the new custom timelines feature.
The Force is strong here.
Okay, this mash-up is nothing short of genius.
Rhapsodic headline via yesterday’s Ulster Gazette. Best when sung. (via reddit.com)
Totally nailed it.
Most people are impressed when they can get a kite off the ground and keep it in the air for 5 minutes without tangling the line. These guys put us all to shame.
Turn off the fan, cos the shit is about to hit it.
Robot heads from the Korea Institute of Science and Technology’s Center for Intelligent Robotics perform the classic song. It’s very weird., very intense, and very bizarre. What more do you want from a robot performance?
While this guy’s explanation of why he shouldn’t have been arrested makes absolutely no sense (0:17 mark), his rendition of “Bohemian Rhapsody” is actually pretty great.
Set phasers to Uncanny Valley, Captain! Much like most of Shatner’s career, this video careens straight through creepily awful and punches through to cult classic.
Did I say “awesome”? Because I meant horrific, hateful, awful, disgusting, and deplorable. Man I hate when I confuse those words. View Media ›
The most epic rage comic song you’ll read today. Bohemian Rhapsody has always been ripe for parody, but Andy Graulund and Mike Myles have taken it to the next level. View List ›
Just in time for mother’s day. Rockin’ guitar solo too! Watch Video ›
Don’t cha want a, want a Fantasy? Okay, okay. Think that fills today’s quota for bad puns. View Image ›
Nothing really matters, anyone can see. Nothing really matters, nothing really matters to me. Watch Video ›
Okay, I might have that backwards. Apparently Borat star Sacha Baron Cohen has been cast to play the legendary Queen frontman in an upcoming biopic slated to begin production early next year. Mercury passed away exactly 19 years ago today at the age of 45. View Image ›
Not just slide whistles, there’s a kazoo too! Watch Video ›
Self-designated “America’s Toughest Sheriff” Joe Arpaio was heckled off stage at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism last night via a modified version of Bohemian Rhapsody. Arpaio is, by all reports, exceedingly unpleasant, which makes more sense than ASU students just really liking Queen. Watch Video ›
Presenting the long-awaited take on Queen’s classic by everyone’s favorite felt-and-googley-eyed friends (and, no, we don’t mean Adam Lambert’s back-up dancers). Our only complaint: more ROWLF! Watch Video ›