Actor Rami Malek, star of new film 'Bohemian Rhapsody', is said to have watched Freddie Mercury's 1985 Live Aid Performance over 1,500 times on YouTube to nail his version of it.
And when you see the film and performance side-by-side, it shows those hours were definitely not put to waste.
From the hand gestures to the head movements, and even the fine detail of pursed lips match perfectly in time with Freddy Mercury in one of the film's final scenes. And the comparison is making jaws drop online.
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"This is seriously so impressive," said one user on Twitter, while another mentioned, "If Rami isn't nominated for an Oscar for this performance I will riot."
Watch the trailer for 'Bohemian Rhapsody' below: