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Majesty with Rob Lea: The Ultimate Queen Show @ O2 Ritz gallery – electric from beginning to end

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Featured image and gallery: Ben Redshaw

What a night for Queen fans! ITV Starstruck contestant, Rob Lea, rocked the O2 Ritz with his Queen tribute band, Majesty.

The crowd were electric from beginning to end, singing along to classics such as ‘I Want It All’, ‘We Will Rock You’, ‘Radio Ga Ga’ and more.

Paying homage to legendary Queen frontman Freddie Mercury, Lea dressed the part in Mercury’s iconic outfits worn at Wembley 1986 and the unforgettable Live Aid performance in 1985.

Closing the show with ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’, the audience were belting their hearts out as they sang along to the iconic track.

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