But the novelty of the film has revealed some less-known things about Freddie Mercury's life and even things that have never been advertised, according to the discovery.com
Some lesser known things:
– At the age of 17, Freddie Mercury and his family were forced to leave Zanzibar in England. In his youth, Freddie worked at Heathrow Airport, where he carried the luggage of the travelers. In fact, this year, on September 5 (the birthday of the artist), Heathrow employees pay tribute to dancing travelers to Queen's songs, Mediafax writes.
– although he was known for his exits on the stage, he managed to electrify the audience, the people around the artist say he was very shy in his personal life, as he was one of the reasons rarely interviewed.
– they liked the cats and at some point it was 10. Every time he was on the tour, he called home to see his favorite animals. He even had a song dedicated to his cats (Mr. Bad Guy)
– Freddie earned a degree in art and graphic design at Ealing Art College, later using his knowledge to build the emblem of the queen.
– Between 1970 and 1976 she had a relationship with Mary Austin three years after moving together, Freddie asking her husband. In 1976, their relationship ended when the artist told him about his bisexual orientation. The moment is also on the feast that was released these days "Bohemian Rhapsody". Freddie (played by Rami Malek) tells Mary: "I think I'm bisexual," and says, "No, Freddie, you're gay"
-Freddie devoted Mary to "the love of my life," saying: "All my love asked me why I can not replace Mary, but it is impossible. My only friend is Maria and I do not want anyone else, she was like a woman for me. "
– Mary Austin, who has spent most of her life, still lives with her family today at the artist's home. He was heavily wealthy, with considerable sums going to Jim Hutton (Freddie's friend from 1985-1991), but also to his chef and assistant.
-Freddie Mercury was a Zoroastrian religion (one of the oldest religions of the population in Central Asia and Iran). After his death, a Zoroastrian priest continued his job. It sank into the Kensal Green cemetery and the only man who knows where the ashes are buried is Mary Austin.
– Freddie Mercury died at age 45 on November 24, 1991. He just denied that it was AIDS one day before public: "Now is the time for my friends and followers all over the world to learn the truth and I hope everyone will join my doctors to fight this terrible illness. Intimacy has always been special to me. "