American Idol was graced by Brian May and Roger Taylor once again as the duo shared the stage with the touring tribute band the Queen Extravaganza, who were in fact hand-picked by May and Taylor in an similar Idol-like competition. The Queen duo also performed a medley with the remaining 'Idols' last night.
On tonight's edition of American Idol, the final six contestants paid tribute to Queen and the iconic vocalist Freddie Mercury. Queen guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor made an appearance on the show to perform a medley of four of the band's biggest classics along with the remaining 'Idol' contestants.
American Idol launched into its broadcast tonight with a tribute to Queen and its late, legendary frontman Freddie Mercury. It also began with Queen guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor giving advice to the six remaining contestants. The duo later performed a medley of the band's hits with the 'Idol' singers as well.
All hail the Queen! Founding Queen members guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor will be making their return to the 'American Idol' stage on next week’s episode (April 25). The two will perform with the six remaining finalists. Coincidentally, that will not include resident "rocker" Colton Dixon who was unceremoniously ousted from the show last evening, surprising everyone.
Elimination night on 'American Idol' means someone is dipped in acid with their bones displayed during next year's auditions as a warning to those naive enough to want to endure the grueling process of being on this show.
Something like that, anyway. Let's check in on Steven Tyler and the rest of the crew.
Thursdays on 'American Idol' mean someone goes home. Or is maybe forced in front of a firing squad in the back lot, which would explain why most of the finalists fade into obscurity after being booted. They're dead! (No no, they're not. Only their careers.)
Let's see how many bullets Steven Tyler has in the chamber.