Before his tragic death, Freddie Mercury sent a “hidden message” in his final music video.


Before his tragic death, Freddie Mercury sent a “hidden message” in his final music video.

Freddie Mercury, the legendary Queen singer, was seen fighting AIDS while filming his final music video, These Are the Days of Our Lives.

In his final music video with Queen, Freddie Mercury seemed to send a cryptic message to his fans.

The legendary singer appeared in a music video for the band’s song These Are the Days of Our Lives, which also happened to be his final music video before he died tragically of AIDS in 1991.

Despite his terminal illness, footage from the music video shoot shows the iconic frontman preparing for the video.

Freddie can be seen practicing his routine for the video and putting on a lot of make-up to hide the effects of the illness that had gripped his body in the behind-the-scenes footage.

Brian May, Freddie’s bandmate, said his singer had spent “hours and hours and hours” in make-up.

He went on to say that in the music video, Freddie said his goodbyes to his fans, and the heartbreaking message comes at the end of the video when he looks down the camera lens.

“I still love you,” Freddie appears to say as he looks directly at his audience.

Freddie was diagnosed with AIDS in 1987, but despite his illness, he continued to record with his Queen bandmates.

Made in Heaven (1995), the band’s final album, featured him posthumously.

In 1992, Wembley Stadium hosted a Freddie Mercury tribute concert.

On August 9th, 1986, Freddie’s final show was held at Knebworth Park, with up to 200,000 people in attendance.

The concert was dubbed A Night of Summer Magic, and the band wowed the audience with their epic hits.

The star was hesitant to play the band’s final shows on their 1986 The Magic Tour, according to Freddie’s bandmates.

In the most recent episode of Queen the Greatest, the band reflected on their Magic tour, which followed the release of their 1986 album A Kind of Magic.

“That’s quite a commitment from us in a way,” bassist Deacon said of touring in archive footage.

“It’s been a while since we actually did a tour,” Freddie was heard saying on camera.

Doing what I have to do is extremely exhausting.”

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