And Platinum Jubilee footage the BBC failed to show
‘If I mess up that’ll be what I’m remembered for’: Brian May recalls his terror at performing at the Queen’s Golden Jubilee and admits he BROKE royal protocol
UPDATED: 00:33 BST, 14 September 2022
Show: Her Majesty did invite him to her Platinum Jubilee bash nevertheless (pictured with Adam Lambert in June 2022)
Brian May has recalled his terror at performing God Save The Queen solo live on the roof of Buckingham Palace during the Queen’s Golden Jubilee Celebrations.
The Queen guitarist, 75, revealed he broke royal protocol when she subsequently didn’t recognise him.
According to the Daily Mail’s Eden Confidential column, Brian said of the 2002 performance: ‘It was very, very frightening.
Brian May’s entrance for Queen’s Platinum Jubilee concert ‘the BBC failed to show’. WATCH
UPDATED: 00:15, Wed, Sep 14, 2022
BRIAN MAY made a spectacular entrance with Queen and Adam Lambert for the Platinum Jubilee concert, channelling the one he made 20 years prior. Following the iconic event in honour of the late Elizabeth II, the guitar legend posted footage of his “risky” and “exhilarating” appearance that the BBC didn’t show, according to fans.
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