A whole new documentary about The Queen and Freddie Mercury, “The Show Must Go On: The Queen + Adam Lambert Story” aired on ABC in the US last week and untol stories about legendary Freddie Mercury has been exposed.

Here is what Roger Taylor said in the documentary:

“With Freddie’s death we thought it was all over. We hadn’t planned on ever playing again.

Brian May also shared his opinion about Freddie’s death:

“I missed Freddie dreadfully. I knew it was coming but it was still awful. We talked about it, (we said) if anyone goes we should just stop – and we did stop for a very long time.

We didn’t have a desire to go on without Freddie. It was a grieving process, like we don’t want to talk about Queen, we don’t want to be Queen, we’ve done that. We want to be ourselves now.”

Freddie Mercury’s thoughts about death also has been revealed:

“I don’t really think ‘When I’m dead, are they going to remember me?’ It’s up to them. When I’m dead, who cares? I don’t.”

When asked if he wants to go to heaven:

“No, I don’t want to. Hell is much better. Look at the interesting people you are going to meet down there.”

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