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Comic Con Manchester: 'TV and film icons bring weekend of unforgettable fun to the city'

Hollywood icon Zachary Quinto.READ NEXT: Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory cast unrecognisable as child stars reunite in UKThat's not all, as they were also joined by stars from Lucifer, Police Academy, Teen Wolf, The Lord Of The Rings, Superman And Lois, The Walking Dead, Supernatural and Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air, in addition to TV legends Lee Majors and Lindsay Wagner.With an all-star guest line-up and activities throughout the weekend including a Cosplay parade, trade stalls featuring items including figurines and recreations of famous newspaper covers from films including Back To The Future and Ghostbusters, as well as exciting Q&A panels where fans could learn more about their favourite franchises, Comic Con Manchester delivered their most incredible event yet.Speaking of CosPlay, fans delivered spectacular tributes to their favourite characters throughout the weekend, including anime characters, Marvel and DC heroes and Star Wars icons, to name but a few.The attention to detail in the costumes was awe-inspiring, with particular favourites from the weekend including fans dressed as Marty McFly from Back To The Future, and fans dressed as Chewbacca who posed for photographs with generations of Star Wars fans throughout the weekend - including myself!A love for Eddie from Stranger Things was certainly clear in the room too, with dozens of fans dressed in his memorable Hellfire Club t-shirt.One fan even took to the stage to display some impressive guitar moves during the weekend, in tribute to Eddie's guitar playing in the Upside Down during Stranger Things 4, with fellow fans in the room applauding the amazing moment.Another fan also delighted convention goers when dressed as Freddie Mercury, he led the room in the

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READ MORE: Spice Girls fans in meltdown as band tease epic Spiceworld anniversary plansAs the lead guitarist prepares to celebrate his 75th birthday on July 19 with a bang, Daily Star have taken a look inside his wild relationship with his wife Anita.In 1974, Brian tied the knot to his first wife Christine Mullen, where the happy couple went on to welcome three beautiful children together.But the loving couple separated in 1988 shortly after the passing of his bandmate and Queen frontman Freddie Mercury.However, the Christine wasn’t the only woman in his life at that time, after he first met soap star Anita at a movie premiere in the heart of Beverly Hills in 1986.And it didn’t take long before the star fell head over heels for the actress after he invited her out to one of Queen’s performances where their relationship continued to grow behind his current wife’s back.Soon pair became inseparable, leaving the musician which quite a conundrum on his hands, which he wrote about in Queen’s hit single, I Want It All, which was reportedly inspired by his conflicting feelings about his first wife and his new relationship with Anita.During a joint interview on Loose Women back in 2015, Anita confessed that she wasn’t proud of being “the scarlet woman” behind his wife’s back but ultimately everything worked out for the best.The doting dad confessed: “We've kind of been together since 1986 – a little bit off and on but then we got married and it’s been good.”Anita added: “There was a slight overlap, [I'm a] scarlet woman, not that I'm proud of it.”“That’s another thing that’s sort of taboo but happens and it’s an inevitable process which everyone resists, I did, I tried to,” Brian explained.The dynamic duo have been joined at the
Kat Graham hits back at claims she 'took over' from Nina Dobrev on Vampire Diaries
The actress continued: "I was a human, a vampire, a doppelganger, a crazy immortal, a doppelganger pretending to be human, a human pretending to be a doppelganger."I got kidnapped, killed, resurrected, tortured, cursed, body-snatched, was dead and undead, and there’s still so much more to come … Elena fell in love not once, but twice, with two epic soulmates, and I myself made some of the best friends I’ll ever know and built an extended family I will love forever.”"There’s more to come before we wrap this up, and I promise you’ll get to hear all about my experiences … as we approach the season finale … but until then I invite you to hop on the roller coaster ride that is Elena Gilbert’s life and join me as I celebrate her and prepare to say goodbye to her — and to my work family — as I move on to the next chapter of my life."I want to share this goodbye with all of you," she ended her post.Elsewhere in the chat, the singer spoke about her performance at London Pride, saying: "It's such an honour for me because I spend a lot of time in London, my father's African but was in London, London based for many years."So I grew up listening to a lot of spice girls and Craig David and different artists like Elton John and Freddie Mercury."I was always really inspired by UK Music, UK artists to step UK garage," she added.Kat continued: "But for me, London is like one of the most important cities in the world and you have been invited to perform at such an impactful festival that is about human rights and equality is such an honour."It's different than getting invited to do, you know, a little show or something like that.She explained: "It's like, 'hey, we think that you are, your voice, is important enough to put you on
Freddie Mercury’s ‘priceless’ stamp collection to be celebrated
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'Hard for him' How Adam Lambert revealed Freddie Mercury's 'struggle' at end of his life
Adam Lambert has told how his predecessor and Queen star Freddie Mercury was struggling during the recording process of The Show Must Go On, revealing that it was "hard for him".Speaking in 2021, the former Pop Idol star, 40, explained Queen guitarist Brian May, 74, had confided in him that frontman Freddie was struggling with AIDS while recording the 1991 hit the year before.The pop star told how his bandmate Brian May had revealed the sad detail about the hit.The hit features on Queen's 1991 album, Innuendo, and despite being credited to the group, the song was written by Brian.It was recorded while Freddie was battling AIDS a year before his death.Last year, American network ABC hosted The Queen Family Singalong special, which saw Adam sing The Show Must Go On.Speaking about the hit, the pop star said: "I’m gonna be singing ‘The Show Must Go On,’ and from what I found out over the years, this was a very important moment for Freddie."It was towards the end of his life, and the song took on really powerful meaning for him," he added.The star continued: "It was written by Brian May, and he’s told me about the recording session that Freddie was weak."You know, it was hard for him, but he powered through."Brian said his voice was just stellar on it, and you can hear it now if you listen to the recording."He sounds magical," he added during an interview with Entertainment Canada Today.Musical genius Freddie died of bronchial pneumonia in November 1991, following complications from AIDS, aged 45.Brian continued to play guitar for himself in the wake of Freddie's death, but was convinced that the band would never reform.Addressing the singer's death, the guitarist told The Guardian how he and his bandmates, John Deacon and