Three The Voice Kids Contestants Take On "Bohemian Rhapsody" In A Jaw-Dropping Performance

"Bohemian Rhapsody" is a song that many artists have covered over the past few decades. One version of this Queen mega-hit stands out from the rest. It's done by a trio of girls competing on The Voice Kids in Germany.

Their performance went viral across the world. It's garnered over 28 million hits since it hit the Internet waves. This iconic song is often the first one named when someone is asked to name a song by Queen. This 1975 British classic combines a number of genres into a musical masterpiece that remains popular over 40 years later. For the competition, the judges asked Sofie, Matteo, and Julia to perform "Bohemian Rhapsody". To make this complicated request even harder, the contestants only spoke German.

With a piano accompanying the performance, Matteo is first to start the song. Julia came next, with Sophie being the third. Within just a few moments, the audience and the judges knew the trio's performance was spectacular. The group's voices got more powerful as the audience grew more stunned. One coach got goosebumps during the operatic section of the song. Two minutes into the performance, it was a rock concert with people going crazy. A little while later, the song slows down as the iconic closing lyrics come out. 

This song brought out the strong, diverse singing talent these three teens have. It's one of those songs that seems to envoke different meanings and emotions in everyone who hears it. Because the performance was so strong, they were brought back on to do an encore of their rendition. It offered the same thrills and chills as their first performance. The video hit YouTube and started spreading like wildfire. People around the globe were commenting that this trio's performance would have made Freddie Mercury proud. Praise rolled in from every corner. "Worlds of talent in this trio." "This is rock and roll." There's a reason why this video is so popular. You need to check it out for yourself.

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