New BBC2 documentary, Freddie Mercury, The Final Act will reveal Queen legend Freddie Mercury’s final words and days. It airs later in the month.  

According to Tuesday’s Irish Mirror, Anita Dobson was the wife of Queen guitarist Brian May. She is a close friend and confidante of Freddie. 

Peter Freestone, Freddie’s personal assistant, will share his plans for caring for the star during the last two weeks of his life. Freddie’rejecting any life-saving medication’.

'When I can't sing anymore darling, then I will die. I will drop dead': Queen legend's heart-wrenching final words will be revealed in new BBC2 documentary, Freddie Mercury: The Final Act, to air later this month. Freddie is pictured in July in 1985 at Live Aid

 ‘When I can’t sing anymore darling, then I will die. I will fall dead: These are the final words that Queen legend, Queen, said to her last breath. This will all be shown in Freddie Mercury, The Final Act, a BBC2 documentary. It will air this month. Live Aid 1985, July: Freddie Mercury is pictured 

‘I recall he said: “When I can’t sing anymore darlings, then I will be dead.” Anita (72), reportedly said that Freddie was her last words. 

Anita says that Freddie looked thin and gaunt before his passing in November 1991, at his West London house.

Peter, Freddie’s PA is said to have also revealed how the star rejected drugs that could keep him alive during the two weeks before his death. Instead, he only took painkillers.  

Peter said that the only painkiller he took was to stop him from getting ill.

Tragic: 'I remember he said, "When I can't sing anymore darling, then I will die. I will drop dead",' Queen guitarist Brian May's wife Anita Dobson reportedly says about Freddie's final words to her. Freddie (far left) is pictured with his bandmates in 1990, a year before his death

Tragic: Anita Dobson, Queen guitarist Brian May’s wife, reportedly said that Freddie would “drop dead” in her last words. Freddie is pictured (far left), with his bandmates, in 1990. This was a year prior to his death.

Peter also describes how Joe Fanelli, his close friend and discovered the star before his death. 

‘Joe called me at about 5.30am and Freddie had basically gone into a coma and we made Freddie sort of comfortable. He said that Freddie was moving a little and as we changed his shirt, we noticed his chest stopped moving. 

Freddie will continue his legacy with a sequel to 2018’s Bohemian Rhapsody.   

His final days: Anita (pictured on TV show Lorraine) also describes Freddie as looking 'very thin and gaunt' prior to his death which occurred in November 1991 at his West London home. Freddie's personal assistant Peter Freestone will also reveal how Freddie 'rejected life-saving drugs' and only took painkillers in the two weeks prior to his death

Anita, Freddie’s personal assistant on television show Lorraine (pictured above), also described Freddie’s final days as being’very thin’ and’very gaunt’ before his November 1991 death at his West London residence. Peter Freestone, Freddie’s personal assistant, will discuss how Freddie’rejected vital drugs’ and used painkillers only in the weeks leading up to his death.

Brian May, the guitarist for British rock band Queensland confirmed this to his fans via an Instagram Live chat. He said that they were ‘looking into ideas’ to create a great script.

Bohemian Rhapsody was nominated for four Academy Awards. This film celebrated Queen and Freddie with a particular focus by Rami Malk. 

“We’re looking into it.” Brian, who is 74 years old, said that he and his team had been considering ideas.

The band is under pressure to live up to its box-office success, he said.

Queen lovers, rejoice! Guitarist of the British rock band, Brian May, (pictured in 2019) CONFIRMED in August that a Bohemian Rhapsody sequel 'with a great script' is in the works

Queen lovers, rejoice! Brian May, guitarist in British rock group, is pictured in 2019. CONFIRMED in August, that there’s a Bohemian Rhapsody II sequel with a great script.

He said, “It will be difficult to follow that one because none of us could predict how huge that would be,”

“We put in a lot of heart, soul and effort into this project. No one could’ve predicted it.” [its success]It was larger than Gone With The Wind. 

“But, yes. We are considering it, but we would need a fantastic script. Brian stated that this will take some time. 

It isn’t the first time that rumors of a sequel to this movie have surfaced. 

Rudi Dolezal was Queen’s music video director in 2019. He stated that they were ‘heavily discussing’ the sequel in 2019.  

In the works: Brian, 74, told fans on an Instagram Live chat: 'We are looking at it. Yeah, we have been looking at ideas.' Pictured: Rami Malek as late frontman Freddie in the 2018 film

In the works: Brian, 74, told fans on an Instagram Live chat: ‘We are looking at it. Yes, we’ve been thinking about ideas. Pictured: Rami Malak as Freddie the frontman, in the 2018 movie 

He said to Page Six, “I am sure he…” [Queen’s manager Jim Beach]Plans for a sequel to Live Aid are in place. It is being discussed extensively in the Queen Family.  

Rudi has roots with Queen, working on several of their music videos, including These Are the Days of Our Lives and The Invisible Man.

Bohemian Rhapsody’s final scene ends with Queen’s 1985 Live Aid performance. This is, coincidentally, the same time Rudi first began to work with the band.

The music director stated that the second movie would continue right where the original one left off, as it was an important moment in rock history. 

The benefit concert was a historic event that saw Queen perform at Wembley. It lasted 21 minutes.   

Under pressure: Brian admitted the band feels pressure in living up to the film's box office success. 'It would have to be a great script. It's going to take a while to figure that out,' he said

Brian acknowledged that they feel pressure to live up to their film’s success. “It would have had to be a great story. He said that it would take some time to find the right script.