REVIEW OF THE BOOK: "MERCURY AND ME"
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For hours after that show Freddie was on an unstoppable high. Next morning Joe had a slight drama. He wore contact lenses but had forgotten to bring their small cases on tour, so instead he placed them to soak in two glasses of water. He was not in his room when the chambermaid called and she emptied the glasses into the sink, flushing his lenses away. I wasn't sure if he was referring to the chambermaid or Joe.
World Aids Day falls next Sunday, December 1st. Twenty two years ago today, Sunday November 24, is for many of us the day the music died. Had he lived, Freddie Mercury would have been 67 this year. And his long-standing lover Jim Hutton would have been The lives of both men were tragically cut short through ill health. Freddie, as the world knows all too well, battled and died from the insufferable AIDS at just 45 in
PDF. There's an element of fairytale to Jim Hutton's life, though he'd roar at the suggestion. “Joe (Fanelli, Mercury's cook) told me. I honestly.
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Jim Hutton: ‘I couldn’t bear to see Freddie wasting away’
Jim was at the bar with his lover, John Alexander, drinking from a can of lager. When John went to the lavatory, Freddie pushed his way through the crowd and offered to buy Jim a drink. When John returned, Jim told him someone had just tried to chat him up. Eighteen months later, on Saturday, March 23rd, , Jim had been out drinking for most of the day. Instead of going home to his rented rooms in Sutton, he decided to spend his last five quid on a night out in Heaven —the large gay nightclub at Charing Cross.