Princess Diana was made to look like a “eccentrically clothed model” by Freddie Mercury.

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Princess Diana was made to look like a “eccentrically clothed model” by Freddie Mercury.

According to newly discovered stories, FREDDIE MERCURY attempted to smuggle Princess Diana into a nightclub by dressing her up as a “eccentrically dressed gay male model.”

Freddie Mercury, the renowned singer of the legendary rock band Queen, will be examined once more tonight on Channel 5’s “Being Freddie Mercury: Under Pressure.”

Following complications from AIDS, Freddie died in 1991 at the age of 45, leaving the world to grieve the loss of the greatest vocalist to have ever lived.

In the years thereafter, Freddie’s life has been extensively researched, with fans all across the world eager to learn more about the colorful personality.

The singer delighted his audiences on stage, but he kept a quiet profile away from the music. He was posthumously inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2001.

Tonight’s documentary will seek to explore the “difference between what people think they know about the compelling artist and who he actually was as they analyze his life and lifestyle” by interviewing people like psychiatrist Dr. Bob Johnson and others who knew him well.

His celebrity buddies, though, knew how much fun the Zanzibar-born vocalist could be, and he listed Elton John, David Bowie, and Liza Minnelli among his acquaintances.

It was therefore no surprise that, as the frontman of a band called Queen, royalty would soon be counted among his confidantes, according to a shocking book.

Freddie and Princess Diana, who died when she was younger, were said to get up to “mischief” together in a variety of ways, including watching repeats of The Golden Girls and going to gay bars together.

Their rumored romance was documented in actress Cleo Rocos’ book, “The Power of Positive Drinking,” in which she recalled one of their more amusing encounters.

It involves Freddie Mercury, comedian and radio DJ Kenny Everett, and Princess Diana going out in the 1980s.

Cleo described how the group began the afternoon at Kenny’s place by drinking champagne and watching Golden Girls, with everyone improvising their own “dirty” stories for the show.

When the afternoon went to nightfall, the three was ready to go out, according to Cleo, and began plotting how to get Diana into London as a gay man. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”

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