Queen and Adam Lambert perform with Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders What a blast
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Queen and Adam Lambert’s North America tour brought Sir Brian May, Roger Taylor and the singer back to Dallas, Texas for two nights at the American Airlines Center.
As was the case when the band was last there in 2019, the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders surprised fans by joining the trio on stage with pom-poms, for a rendition of Sir Brian’s crowd-pleasing Fat Bottomed Girls.
The 76-year-old guitarist shared a shot of himself strumming with the beautiful dancers surrounding him, on his Instagram.
He captioned the post: Thank you Dallas. For some great new memories. Thank you lovely DCC ladies. What a blast !!! Bri.”
Check out the fan-filmed footage of the performance in the video below.
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Fat Bottomed Girls was released in 1978 and its official music video was filmed at the Dallas Convention Center that same year, with Freddie Mercury on vocals.
Earlier this year the song was controversially removed, on Queen’s approval, from a new version of their Greatest Hits albums made available on Yoto, an audio platform aimed at children.
The track’s lyrics include the line: “Fat bottomed girls, you make the rockin’ world go round.’”
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A content warning for the entire Queen’s Greatest Hits album, on the platform with an average listenership age of 5, read: “Please note that the lyrics in some of these songs contain adult themes, including occasional references to violence and drugs. These are the original and unedited recordings. Whilst no swear words are used parental discretion is advised when playing this content to or around younger children.”
Queen and Adam Lambert performed in Denver, Colorado last night and are now heading to California for two shows in San Francisco on Wednesday and Thursday before a final couple of concerts in Los Angeles on Saturday and Sunday.
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