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In the absence of PAs, PRs and gofers, I was not shooed aside. “I prefer Silk Cut,” Freddie said with a frown, snatching one.
My fellow-pressman companion proffered a Marlboro Red.
Near the end of “Bohemian Rhapsody,” Freddie Mercury, played by Rami Malek, reveals to his bandmates in Queen that he is suffering from HIV/AIDS just before their most famous performance of all time –the 1985 Live Aid benefit show at Wembley Stadium.
But while it serves as a powerful, emotional way to conclude the film’s telling of the band’s story, it’s not what actually happened in real life.
The six minute suite which became, “Bohemian Rhapsody,” was almost everything but ostentatious.
Mercury included multi-faceted vocal arias and a confusing plot.First, in the film the band is offered the opportunity to perform at Live Aid at a time when the members had gone their separate ways to work on solo projects.This is true to a certain degree, but also misleading.Also Read: ' Bohemian Rhapsody' Fact Check: Did Queen's Label Really Resist Putting Out ' Rhapsody' as a Single?“Bohemian Rhapsody” also suggests it was Mercury who primarily wanted to go solo, causing tensions between band members. Bad Guy” was released just three months before the Live Aid show, and by that time drummer Roger Taylor had two solo albums under his belt. In “Bohemian Rhapsody,” Mercury learns he has HIV/AIDS just prior to reuniting with Queen for Live Aid, which is what leads him to approach the band and ask forgiveness for the tensions between them.