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Queen’s Brian May has revealed a new sculpture of the late Freddie Mercury that is pretty spectacular.

May unveiled the work of art on Instagram with the caption reading “Freddie lives !!!”

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 Tom Mackenzie and his son Grant created the sculpture using a mixture of 3-D digital modeling and traditional sculpting. They donated it to the Queen Studio Experience exhibit in Montreux.

Check out what the sculpture looks like below.

Queen: The Studio Experience is a museum in Switzerland. It is located in a former studio that the band recorded in.

In other Queen-related news, one dance group in the Philippines was determined to win a dance competition, and decided to dance to a mashup of some of Queen’s most popular songs.

The dance was so impressive that the band even posted a clip of the routine on their Instagram. “We’re loving the ‘Ay-oh’ section… Incredible stuff,” the post reads.

Also, Adam Lambert recently revealed via Twitter that there will be a new documentary featuring the vocalist and Queen titled The Show Must Go On – The Queen + Adam Lambert Story.

According to a press release from ABC, the two-hour documentary is set to follow Queen and Lambert’s journey together after first sharing the stage during 2009’s American Idol performance of “We Are The Champions.”

“With rare concert footage and exclusive, revealing portraits of the band members offstage, The Show Must Go On chronicles Queen and Lambert’s incredible journey since they first shared the stage together on American Idol in 2009. From his humble beginnings and meteoric rise on reality TV to now standing center stage as lead singer of Queen + Adam Lambert, the documentary features brand-new interviews with Lambert, his parents Leila and Eber and Queen founding members Brian May and Roger Taylor, as well as American Idol judge Simon Cowell, Golden Globe and Oscar winner for Best Actor “Bohemian Rhapsody”’s Rami Malek and Foo Fighters’ Taylor Hawkins.”

The documentary focuses on the collaboration that lead to “nearly 200 sold-out shows in arenas and stadiums across the world.”

The Show Must Go On will air Monday, April 29 at 8:00 p.m. EST on ABC.

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