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12 August 2012, 23:36
The 'Domino' star rocked out with legendary guitarist Brian May for the memorable closing ceremony.
Jessie J joined Queen for one of the final live performances of the night to close out the London 2012 Olympic Games closing ceremony.
Before the official handover to Rio De Janeiro, the 'Price Tag' singer emerged into the Olympic Stadium for the second time tonight (12th August), when she joined the iconic rock band to perform one of their signature hits 'We Will Rock You'.
Earlier in the evening Jessie performed her hit single 'Price Tag' before joining Tinie Tempah and Taio Cruz for a joint rendition of the Bee Gees hit 'You Should Be Dancing', and got a huge cheer when she sang the late Freddie Mercury's vocal parts for Queen's climactic performance.
Performing in a silver leotard one-piece, Jessie led the crowd through the memorable 'We Will Rock You' claps, as guitarist Brian May rocked out to a guitar solo.
Check out a picture of Jessie J performing 'We Will Rock You' with Queen's Brian May below (Credit: PA):
The London 2012 closing ceremony treated audiences around the world to live performances from One Direction, The Spice Girls, George Michael, Petshop Boys, Madness, Kaiser Chiefs, Beady Eye and Ed Sheeran.
The ceremony will end with the extinguishing of the Olympic flame as it is passed to Rio De Janeiro ready for the next Olympic Games there in Brazil in 2016.