A wide-ranging list of opera singers, film stars, and rock icons, Freddie Mercury’s influences reveal why he was driven to create such a vast body of work.
The trio will join previously announced performers Shania Twain, Billie Eilish and Artist of the Decade recipient Taylor Swift.
The new AI experiment allows fans around the world determine how closely their singing matches Freddie Mercury's voice.
Also due to perform are Selena Gomez, as well as Taylor Swift, recipient of the AMAs Artist of the Decade award.
The deal will enable the producers to use the Bee Gees' classic songs in the picture.
Post Malone leads the list with seven nods, with Ariana Grande and first-time nominee Billie Eilish following with six each.
More than 10,000 fans from over 120 countries around the world answered the band's call, submitting unique content.
'You Are The Champions' will result in three new user-generated videos for three of Queen's most celebrated tracks.
In its distinguished chart career, the album has only spent six of its 52 weeks outside the top ten.
Tickets for the event are now available and they include entry, food, a welcome drink and live entertainment.
The event takes place at London's Century Club between 11am and 4pm on 28 October and entry is free.
Originally released in 1984, ‘Love Kills’ features on the much-missed Queen star's recently-released box set of solo recordings, 'Never Boring'.
The programme airs at 9pm tonight, 11 October and again at 4pm on Sunday, 13 October.
The documentary behind-the-scenes activities between Lambert and original Queen members Brian May and Roger Taylor following Lambert’s 'American Idol debut' in 2009.
The acclaimed Irish band's catalogue-spanning video restoration campaign launches this Thursday, 3 October.
The set is due for release on 11 October by Hollywood Records in North America and Mercury Records in the rest of the world.