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Adorable little girl sings cover of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody”

April 5th, 2021

Kids are quick to imitate anything that catches their eye.

At one point they might be behaving like a superhero, and the very next second they’re acting like a doctor! As kids, we all changed our behavior based on our latest media consumption—and some of us still do this despite being adults!

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Kids are also quick learners, and their imitation ability is almost always through the roof.

You never know what they have been observing and rehearsing until you see their performance.

Singing the songs our parents played regularly is something we all did as kids—and the girls below does it beautifully!

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When traveling with parents, the backseat is always a stage for kids.

Nobody can stop them and nobody wants them to stop. In this viral video, a three-year-old girl felt it was time for a concert—and she decided to rock out to one of Queen’s classic songs.

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The little girl in the video is Holly Lee, and she’s clearly destined to be a performer.

She decided to perform “Bohemian Rhapsody,” one of Queen’s most widely-beloved songs. Even though it was written a long time ago, it remains popular among all age groups—and to call it famous would be an understatement.

Still, it’s not the easiest song to perform.

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Though most people already know this, Queen is a popular rock group formed in London in 1970.

The group was made up of Freddie Mercy, Brian May, Roger Taylor and John Deacon. Though they’ve had many popular songs over the years, “Bohemian Rhapsody,” which first came out in 1975, has become one of their signatures. As with any song that people love so much, countless people have tried to perform their own versions of it as a kind of tribute.

Although there are definitely some talented singers out there who have made the tune their own, few of them are as adorable as Holly is!

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From the very beginning, it’s clear she’s a major Queen fan!

She sings the iconic lyrics so well:

“I see a little silhouetto of a man

Scaramouch, scaramouch will you do the fandango

Thunderbolt and lightning very very frightening me.”

We all remember the lyrics very well, and few of us are already singing the next line.

Still, Holly forgot the next words and needed a little help.

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Holly was stuck before she could sing another line but thankfully her mother helped her fill in the words.

After that slight stumble, she picked up again quickly after her mother assisted her!

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She wasn’t just singing—she was performing like it was a rock concert!

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For Holly, the backseat is her stage and her mom is the perfect audience.

The whole time, she bangs her head in the air aggressively like she is at a rock concert, and it’s obvious she definitely knows how to put on a show!

Her mom Charlene recorded the entire thing and shared it online. Since it was posted, Holly’s mom has explained a little bit more about her own little Freddie Mercury. She said Holly sings numerous times in a day, and that she was pretty excited to watch the movie Bohemian Rhapsody. While some of us have missed the chance to see Queen’s live performance, we’re grateful to have a chance to see a mini version that’s as adorable as this.

To watch little Holly belt out this classic, watch the video below!

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