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Georgia's Got Talent - Bohemian Rhapsody

Georgia's Got Talent - Bohemian Rhapsody

(4:58) Children's choir pay tribute to Freddy Mercury and Queen with a performance of 'Bohemian Rhapsody' during their audition for Georgia's Got Talent.

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Primate Primate (209 days ago)

Holly shiet, that woman showing so hard that she knows the text is extremely annoying.

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Holly shiet, that woman showing so hard that she knows the text is extremely annoying.

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Blame the editor that chose to include that camera footage in the final video.

I found the conductor flailing his arms to be annoying. I seriously doubt any kid was using his hand signals to prompt what they were going to sing and when. They rehearsed it over and over again and they sing to the music, not the conductor.

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Blame the editor that chose to include that camera footage in the final video.

I found the conductor flailing his arms to be annoying. I seriously doubt any kid was using his hand signals to prompt what they were going to sing and when. They rehearsed it over and over again and they sing to the music, not the conductor.

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