The Oscars 2019: Rami Malek And Lucy Boynton

Brian May and Adam Lambert during Queen’s performance at the Oscars

Brian May and Adam Lambert during Queen’s performance at the Oscars

Rami Malek has already taken home the Golden Globe, SAG and BAFTA award for his role as Freddie Mercury in the Queen biopic, Bohemian Rhapsody.

With no A-list host on hand to open the 91st Academy Awards on Sunday, that responsibility fell on the shoulders of Adam Lambert, who teamed up with Queen to perform some of the legendary rock group's greatest hits. Tracing the journey of Freddie Mercury the lead singer of the band, the film stars off from 1970 when he joined Queen to their 1985 Live Aid performance. The movie is up for multiple awards tonight including Best Picture and Best Actor for Rami. He will face stiff competition from the likes of Bradley Cooper, Viggo Mortensen, Willem Dafoe and especially Christian Bale for that honour.

If you don't know, Rami and Lucy also starred in Bohemian Rhapsody together! Roma for best film and best director!

Two of Bohemian Rhapsody’s stars Rami Malek and Lucy Boyton watch Queen’s Oscars performance
Two of Bohemian Rhapsody’s stars Rami Malek and Lucy Boyton watch Queen’s Oscars performance

The film may have received a lukewarm reception from the critics, but it's gone on to be the most successful music films ever made.

The star-studded audience at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood took to their feet to sing along with Lambert as rock superstar Brian May shredded on the guitar.

Chaplin's homage to their works will include stopovers in Cardiff, Manchester and the London Palladium, and will include "Bohemian Rhapsody" in the set.

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