Watch Adam Lambert Lead His Las Vegas Queen Audience in ‘Happy Birthday’ for Freddie Mercury (Video)

Watch Adam Lambert Lead His Las Vegas Queen Audience in ‘Happy Birthday’ for Freddie Mercury (Video)

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Yesterday was the 72nd birthday of Freddie Mercury, the flamboyantly fabulous former lead singer of Queen. Right now, Queen is performing with glam-rocker Adam Lambert as their lead singer during their 10-show mini-residency at the MGM’s Park Theater in Las Vegas. So in commemoration of Mercury’s birthday yesterday night, audience members got an Adam Lambert Freddie Mercury birthday tribute. The singer led the audience in singing “Happy Birthday” and asked them to promise to celebrate Mercury’s birthday throughout the concert.

Dressed in a eye-catching magenta suit, Lambert announced Mercury’s birthday and, after singing “Happy Birthday” with the audience, he said, “So can you guys make me one little promise tonight, just one, ah?”

The audience responded with a resounding “Yes.”

Freddie Mercury

Lambert continued, “There’s gonna be a lot of call and response in this show, so let’s get it going,” and let out a small laugh. “Can you make me a promise?” he repeated once again, to another “Yes” from the audience.

Lambert said, “Can you promise that we will celebrate Freddie and his birthday and Queen together? Yeah? Then I will make you an unrehearsed promise. Spontaneous, right?”

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The Adam Lambert Freddie Mercury birthday tribute then concluded as Lambert and the band launched into another song.

Here is video of the Adam Lambert Freddie Mercury birthday tribute:

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