Queen and Adam Lambert To Rock The 2019 Oscars Stage

Priyansh Ha |Feb 20, 2019

Regardless all the scandals, finally we have some good things to expect from the 2019 Oscars Awards with amazing performances from Best Song nominations.

Queen And Adam Lambert Will Rock The 2019 Oscars
Adam Lambert and Queen (including Roger Taylor and Brian May) have gone on tours together since 2011.

Regardless of all the scandals, finally we have some good things to expect from the 2019 Oscars Awards. On Monday, February 18, the Academy officially announced that Adam Lambert and Queen is going to perform in the awards ceremony this Sunday, February 24.

“Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy? We welcome @QueenWillRock and @adamlambert to this year’s #Oscars,” the Academy wrote on their Twitter.

The 37-year-old American singer Adam Lambert first collaborated with Queen’s active members Roger Taylor and Brian May in American Idol 2009. With the name ‘Queen + Adam Lambert’, they went on a tour in 2012 and another from 2014 to 2018. The former bass guitarist John Deacon declined to participate as he retired after vocalist Freddie Mercury’s death in 1991.

Bohemian Rhapsody Got Five Nominations

Telling the story of Queen’s lead vocal Mercury and the band’s rise to fame, Bohemian Rhapsody has received 5 nominations including Best Actor (for Rami Malek as Mercury), Best Picture, Best Film Editing, Best Sounding Effect and Best Sound Mixing. Earlier, the film has brought back a lot of awards from Golden Globe Awards to Screen Actors Guild.

Who Else Will Be On Stage?

Apart from the performance of Queen + Adam Lambert, Bette Midler has confirmed to perform “The Place Where Lost Things Go”. This Mary Poppins Returns’s soundtrack is also nominated for Best Song.

The 2019 Oscar ceremony stage also features other famous vocals to perform their Best Song nominations. Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga are going to duet on A Star Is Born's love song Shallow. Meanwhile, Jennifer Hudson will bring to the stage RBG's theme song I'll Fight. Having one nomination in the same category for Black Panther’s All of The Stars, SZA and Kendrick Lamar, however, haven’t confirmed their performance yet.

The 91st Oscar Award is going to take place at 8p.m ET, this Sunday, February 24, live on ABC.


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