The image in my head of Queen performing at the Queen's Jubilee over the weekend was her out in the stands with the common folk, stamping her tiny little royal foot to the opening of "We Will Rock You". It seemed funny because of it's improbability. But Elizabeth reached right over here to the colonies and snapped me to attention by actually putting together a 'social media' video of her seated with Paddington Bear .yup...PB gets tea with the Queen....and as the hoards and I mean HOARDS of Brits waved the Union Jack in front of the palace where the stage was set, they smash cut to the Queen tinging out the cadence of "WWRY" on her teacup with her spoon as drumstick!! As a lifelong fan of the band Queen, seeing them on their first tour at Cleveland Public Hall, I didn't think I could be that electrified ever again. There's just something about seeing a song you dorked out to as a teenager turned into something shared by a Queen. From the Queen drumming on her teacup to Adam Lambert standing in for Freddie escorted by Royal Drummers, to Brian May splitting the air with that searing first burst of guitar this video is eternal. Let me know how it made you feel. Or if it didn't, there's that.