Google paid tribute to the late Queen front man Freddie Mercury with an animated doodle Sunday, the day the gay British singer would have turned 65.
The doodle, which first appeared on Google sites in locations including the U.K., took center stage on the U.S. Google site Monday. It features a 90-second video set to the song "Don't Stop Me Now," with Mercury performing onstage, soaring across sky and land on various rides, and vacuuming at home while dressed as a woman.
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