Queen frontman Freddie Mercury has so many interesting memories, and a fan page on Instagram, Freddie Mercury Online, has been revealing these rare moments for the fans on social media since the page was created.

Today, the page has revealed a little-known interview line about the backstage moment of Queen and it’s featuring really interesting details.

In the rare interview, Andy Warhol, who is the photographer of Queen, talked about his experiences with Queen and stated that there are 50 nude girls for serving some snacks to guests and Queen members at the backstage of their Madison Square Garden show.

Here’s what Andy said about that day:

“I went to Madison Square Garden to see Billy Squire, he was just going on. Backstage there were about 50 nude girls serving hot dogs and beer and mudwrestling. I took pictures, then realized I didn’t have a film in the camera. And an absolutely nude girl came over and said, ‘I see you at St. Vincent’s church⠀
every Sunday.’

The Queen group was really nice to us, they gave us drinks.⠀We went to the Palace which is the new discotheque on 14th street where⠀Luchow’s just move out of. And it was packed, packed like a deathtrap firetrap. There’s a lot of little rooms, I don’t know what that means. I got home and talked to Jon in California.”

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⁣Queen with photographer and designer Andy Warhol in 1982♥️.⠀ -⠀ 📌 "I went to Madison Square Garden to see Billy Squire, he was just going on. Backstage there were about 50 nude girls serving hot dogs and beer and mudwrestling. Took pictures, then realized I didn't have film in the camera. ⠀ Andan absolutely nude girl came over and said, "I see you at St. Vincent's church⠀ every Sunday." ⠀ The Queen group was really nice to us, they gave us drinks.⠀ We went to the Palace which is the new discotheque on 14th street where⠀ Luchow's just move out of. And it was packed, packed like a deathtrap firetrap. There's a lot of little rooms, I don't know what that means. Got home and talked to Jon in California."⠀ — Andy Warhol.⠀ ⠀ > Andy Warhol has always been one of my favorite designers, I really loved his artworks when I was younger and now that I am learning about it in class I am becoming a bigger fan of his artwork😍. I know the quote doesn't have much to do with Queen but I just wanted to post about one of my favorite designers🥰.⠀ #freddiemercury #andywarhol

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