Watch Queen Tear Through Two Performances On 'Kimmel'

Killer Queen slays again.

Written by Emilee Lindner • Photography by Lyle A. Waisman, One Nation • June 28, 2017

Queen has given the warning "Don't Stop Me Now" since 1978, and on their performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, no one could stop them if they tried. The rockers, with Adam Lambert on vocals, tore through the old classic for a newer audience, and you can check it out below.

On a sunny day in Los Angeles, a fiery-haired Lambert entered the stage with a sparkly coat and metallic pants, boasting a strong falsetto that Freddie Mercury would be proud of. The upbeat tune had Brian May, with his familiar bushy haircut, leaning up against Lambert to rip out a few notes on the guitar. The drums were seemingly nonstop, just like Lambert's infectious attitude, which had the audience shaking their arms in the air. And before you knew it, the song was over... but not before a crowd singalong.

Queen also blazed through "I Want It All," which was a little more raw and sensual than the other performance. The song featured some sexy croons from Lambert, who started the track with a darker, smokier voice, but launched into a mindboggling high register later on. May, who raged on with some excellent guitar solos, also got in on the vocals, delivering a verse of his own.

Since teaming with Queen in 2011, Lambert has served on their giant shows, including their current trek. See when the band is coming to your town and get tickets here.

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