Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" is probably one of the best songs to use in a lip-sync battle. And even though lip-sync videos of the classic 1975 hit song have been done before, the performance given by these three women is perfection.

The viral video, which was over six million views, was uploaded by the lovely ladies of the Australian sketch group SketchShe. And they really know how to put on a show.

The three women are seen rocking out in a passionate lip-sync performance all while sitting in a car. They have synchronized moves, play the air guitar with some serious skill and of course there is lots of head banging with hair flipping.

It's impressive that they are able to rock this hard in the car without getting whiplash, but they did report to having sore necks the days after filming.

Still, the best part of the whole performance is these women's dramatic face expression. There is lots of emotion, angry faces and even a Miley tongue thrown in there.  

The women are lip-sync pros, previously doing a video for "Baby Got Back" by Sir Mix-A-Lot. But how could they not recreate a Wayne's World moment with the internet with this classic song?

"We feel it is the greatest song of all time," Shae-Lee Shackleford, the brunette that sits in the driver's seat said. "It's an incredible song for having so much variety, one moment it's in the depths of heartfelt emotion the next you are rocking out with your best air guitar and head banging you can muster."

This "Bohemian Rhapsody" performance has even got attention from Queen guitarist Brian May who shared the video on Facebook writing "funny video."

"To get a bit of a stamp of approval from a legend like that is pretty mind blowing, Shackleford said. "Makes us want to really perfect our air guitars before the next one."

Open you eyes, look up to the skies and see this lip-sync video for yourself.

  

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