AIDS jokes. Not funny in the 1980s. Not funny now.
Thanks to the release of the Queen biopic, Bohemian Rhapsody, Jim Hutton’s involvement with Freddie Mercury has come to light. But how and when did the megastar’s partner die?
Freddie Mercury died in 1991 at the age of 45.
Today Freddie Mercury would be 72nd if he had survived his AIDS-related illness.
Interest in Freddie Mercury’s love-life has peaked since the release of the Queen biopic, Bohemian Rhapsody and the exploration of some of the late singer’s relationships.
Freddie Mercury died on the 24th November in 1991. Today we celebrate his life with some great facts you may not know or may have forgotten. 10. His real name […]
★★★★☆ | Bohemian Rhapsody The life and times of Freddie Mercury and his band queen from there humble West London beginnings to storming Live Aid the biggest show the world […]
Protesters from ACT UP and the NHS Anti-Swindle Team have protested at the Bohemian Rhapsody premier today Protesters from two pressure groups have disrupted the Bohemian Rhapsody launch calling for HIV treatment […]
Is it a sort of gay culture appropriation thing?
The Brits are here, queer and releasing music by the millions…
In an eye-opening interview with the iconic designer and creator of the heritage 60’s fashion label BIBA, Barbara Hulanicki talked about her friendship with the legend Freddie Mercury – and […]