Watch a Two-Year-Old Girl Sing Queen’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’
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Last month, the girl’s mother, Stephanie, posted the above video from June 2015 after re-discovering it on her phone. It shows her daughter, Millie, who, according to the YouTube description, was a few months away from turning three at the time, enthusiastically reaching the conclusion of the 1975 classic from the car seat. But when the passengers in the front seat keep trying to join in, she stops them by screaming “NO!”
To date, the video since been picked up more than 128,000 views. Previously, the most hits a video she posted, of her other daughter Poppy putting salmon into a bottle of water, was 3,355.
Several videos of “Bohemian Rhapsody” car-singalongs have gone viral in recent years. We’ve seen it sung by three children on their way to school, a comedy troupe of boob-grabbing Australian women and a drunk guy singing it in the back of a police car after being arrested. But it’s likely none of those will ever be as famous as its use during the opening credits of 1992’s Wayne’s World, which put the then-17-year-old song back into the Billboard Hot 100, where it peaked at No. 2.
O’Donnell blogs about “parenting two little girls, being a working mom and wife, creating things (food or crafts or messes), music that I love, and whatever random things pop into my head that I don’t know where else to put” at Boogers + Toots.
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