Buckingham Palace guards surprised tourists Monday after they started singing a cover of the song "Bohemian Rhapsody" performed by the legendary Queen band.
The song was chosen in honor of the homonym movie, which won two Golden Globes at the ceremony held on Sunday evening to Monday in Los Angeles – the film took two trophies in the categories "Best Actor in a Leading Role in a Drama Drama" (Rami Malek – who played Freddie Mercury ) and "the best movie drama".
Tourists who had the pleasure of listening to the original interpreter bragged on Twitter with filming and impressions, The Independent notes.
"Bohemian Rhapsody at Buckingham Palace today. How cool!" Wrote a social network user who published a video.
Another wrote, "Oh, Buckingham Palace brings a tribute to the movie because it won!"
Ensembles posted in the web environment have collected hundreds of thousands of views.
After the tribute to the Queen Band, the palace guards also played the soundtrack of the Game of Thrones series, in honor of actor Richard Madden, who also won a Golden Globe for his role in the "Bodyguard" production. Madden played Robb Stark in GoT.