Dublin man entertains neighbours with impressive Freddie Mercury impersonation from rooftop

Publish Date
Thursday, 16 April 2020, 5:39PM

As we are all confined to our houses, people around the world are coming up with creative and entertaining ways to brighten their community's spirits while from a safe social distance.

And one Dublin man has given his neighbours an epic reenactment of Freddie Mercury's legendary 1985 Live Aid performance from the comfort of his rooftop.

Dressed in the Queen frontman's iconic Live Aid outfit, complete with light jeansa white tank top, studded armband and matching belt, the unnamed man lip-synced the famous "day-oh" sequence from the rock band's set.

But it wasn't just the outfit and moustache he had down pat, the man also replicated the moves and stage presence of the 'Bohemian Rhapsody' singer while equipped with a broomstick for a microphone.

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As neighbours lined the street — from a safe distance — to watch the show, the Irish entertainer was met with a huge round of applause.

And we're pretty sure even the legendary rockers themselves would be impressed.

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