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Ballet Dancers Gracefully Reinterpret Queen’s "Bohemian Rhapsody"

Queen’s iconic “Bohemian Rhapsody” has delighted listeners for 40 years and the English National Ballet decided to mark this special occasion by doing something extra special, as only their company can. Though this popular tune may not seem like ideal dancing material, the ballet’s lead principal Erina Takahashi and first soloist James Forbat defy all expectations. Through their expressive movements and perfect posture, the duo manages to convey the inherent energy in “Bohemian Rhapsody.” They steadily partner up and dramatically separate to expertly dance in sync. Takahashi, Forbat, and their English National Ballet community have undeniably created a worthy 40th anniversary present. Scroll down to see the full video.

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via [The Huffington Post]

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