The girls, from Sydney, Australia, put on a show filled with a lot of head-bobbing, finger wagging and boob grabbing as the bounce to the classic song.
Lloyd puts on a show of her own in the back seat.
As the dancing becomes more furious, the zipper on the front of her tiny red dress slowly works its way lower. Braless, she comes close to a major wardrobe malfunction near video’s end.
She also flashes a couple of brief up-skirts. She may or may not be going commando.
Shackleford and Kington are more modestly dressed in the front seat and manage to keep their clothes on. But there’s no shortage of breathy breast clutching as the girls put on their moves.
The video is similar to a scene from Mike Meyer’s zany 1992 film “Wayne’s World.” His character Wayne Campbell and pal Garth Algar, played by Dana Carvey, also head bang to the Queen classic.
The girls, however, are sharply choreographed and in sync the whole performance.
In a posting on their Facebook page, they said the video was meant to recognize “the legend that is Queen for creating the best song of all time (and for the hair inspo) #bohemianrhapsody never dies.”
This isn’t the first sketch comedy the trio has posted on YouTube, but it’s on its way to becoming their most popular and possibly a YouTube legend. So far, more than 2.5 million people have watched it.
Watch it? You can’t take your eyes off it.
Queen guitarist Brian May liked it so much, even he shared the video, driving the girls ecstatic. “OK so we are absolutely besides ourselves!” they wrote.
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