Furthermore, the press seems to forget that Mercury had the most attaching relationships with women, of which the most endurable and emotional was with Mary Austin, the love of his life, who was an inspiration for the same titled song Love of My Life.
However, she didnt associate this with gayness: I just thought he was obsessed with what he wanted to do.
Both teams followed the same protocol of dividing participants into two groups.
you are exposed to the public eye, people follow you everywhere, you are confronted with all the dirty business which exists in the modern music industry; all in all it is a very difficult life; and then of course fame changes people... In some of his later interviews he confirmed: Love is the hardest thing to achieve and the one thing in this business that can let you down the most. She has gone through just about everything and always been there for me.
Freddie Mercury never admitted to be gay and very often mentioned in his interviews that in reality he was very lonely and that the gay or bisexual thing was only a stage image - an image which he adapted for the stage: People can think what they like about my bi-sexual stage image.
Her parents were poor; both parents were deaf and communicated through sign language and lip-reading.
Mary left comprehensive school at 15 without taking her O-levels.