Katy Perry creates video Freddie Mercury birthday tribute
Katy Perry (26) has made a video to commemorate the late Freddie Mercury, lead singer of legendary British rock group, Queen. If still alive, Mercury 65th birthday on September 5, 2011.
Printer hit “Fireworks” is once admitted that Mercury is the most influential singers against him in his career as a vocalist. In its current video, the Perry hummed the song “Happy Birthday” for Mercury and Mercury thanked for having helped him become a “killer queen”.
“Happy 65th birthday Freddie, we were very loved. Although you’re gone, you do not really go, you inspired us all and, especially, I am,” said lead singer, songwriter, and artist’s role in America. “Without you I would not make music or do what I do because you are the lyrics that inspired me since I was 15 years old. I heard the song ‘Killer Queen’ and wanted to become a killer queen!” he continued. “Thank you very much for all your music is awesome, for the Queen, for sosokmu, for the character and personality, the larger than life. We love you and we will never forget you,” he said again.
Mercury died on November 24, 1991 at his residence in Kensington, London, England, because of pneumonia related to AIDS suffered.
Perry, who is married to British comedian, Russell Brand, before it claimed almost makes Mercury’s face tattooed on his back as a mark of respect for the deceased. “I almost have Freddie Mercury’s face tattooed on my back, a few years ago. Probably, the best, so I do not have a tattoo, but I still want it,” he says.
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