On November 24, 1991, the world lost one of the greatest rock singers of all-time, Freddie Mercury.
The Queen frontman was just 45 when he lost his life to AIDS, leaving his fans and music lovers all over the globe in mourning.
Known for his energetic performances, flamboyant outfits and powerful voice, Freddie is still an icon to this day and Queen's music is as popular as ever.
To remember the rock 'n' roll showman, here is a look at the incredible life and career of Freddie Mercury...
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