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Queen, joined by Adam Lambert, played at The Palace on July 20.

Queen and Adam Lambert brought The Rhapsody Tour to the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas on Tuesday night (July 23). And they’re not the only ones who ‘brought it.’

Yes, that was a poorly executed cheerleader joke..  Anyway…

The band was 23 songs into their set when the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders joined them on stage and of course, the 20,000-capacity crowd loved it. And what song did they choose? Fat Bottomed Girls:

Queen + Adam Lambert - Fat Bottomed Girls - Live with Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders 2019

The Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders join Queen + Adam Lambert on stage at the American Airlines Center during The Rhapsody Tour in Dallas, Texas. Subscribe to the Official Queen Channel Here http://bit.ly/Subscribe2Queen Welcome to the official Queen channel. Subscribe today for exclusive Queen videos, including live shows, interviews, music videos & much more.

Brian May posted a picture on his Instagram after the concert with all he had left from the performance: “Some stray Pom Pom Strands, and a cherished memory.”

And while we’re on the subject of Queen…Bohemian Rhapsody is now the oldest music video to get a billion views on YouTube, according to Variety.

Hmm, I wonder if that has anything to do with the film… You can check out the music video and the views for yourself:

Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody (Official Video Remastered)

REMASTERED IN HD TO CELEBRATE ONE BILLION VIEWS! Subscribe to the official Queen channel Here http://bit.ly/Subscribe2Queen https://Queen.lnk.to/OfficialQueen Taken from A Night At The Opera, 1975. Queen - 'Bohemian Rhapsody' Click here to buy the DVD with this video at the Official Queen Store: http://www.queenonlinestore.com The official 'Bohemian Rhapsody' music video.

And remember this? It’s the fast-paced version of We Will Rock You.

1. We Will Rock You (fast version) - Queen Live in Montreal 1981 [1080p HD Blu-Ray Mux]

The story of Montreal. Here is why you can watch it now in such spectacular quality. http://www.brianmay.com/brian/brianssb/brianssboct07b.html Saul Swimmer had the idea that he could film a Queen concert, in a very high quality 35 mm double anamorphic way.