You think Queen’s "Bohemian Rhapsody" is long when you’re rocking out to it in your car? (That’s how everyone listens to "Bohemian Rhapsody," right?) Try performing a full-on ballet routine set to it, as Erina Takahashi and James Forbat of the English National Ballet (ENB) did. “Body’s aching all the time,” indeed.
James Streeter, a soloist at the ENB, choreographed the routine in 2015 to celebrate the classic Queen song's 40th anniversary. Below, you can see Streeter talk about his concept, which involves Freddie Mercury’s memorial statue being brought back to life.