What if you could see these celebrities in candid moments, with impromptu shots of them doing every day things? That’s cool!

Freddie Mercury & Partner, 1985

In 1991, the world mourned the loss of legendary Queen front man, the flamboyantly lovable, immensely talented Freddie Mercury who died prematurely.  At his side for the last six years of his life was his partner, Jim Hutton.

Jim Hutton was a hairdresser from County Carlow, Ireland before meeting Freddie.  Once the couple started dating, Jim moved into Freddie’s Garden Lodge house where they would live together until Freddie’s death.

The couple was together at a time that same-sex marriage wasn’t permitted.  They did exchange wedding rings, though, to prove their love for each other.  When Freddie died, he was wearing his wedding band.

Stevie Nicks, 1970s

This is one strong front girl. Here we see Stevie Nicks, the lead singer of Fleetwood Mac and one of the undisputed queens of the 70’s.  On stage, she and her band were musical geniuses and amazing performances.  Off stage, though, Stevie was fighting a battle that all too many performers face; addiction and excessive partying.

It wasn’t until 1986 when Stevie came face to face with her health and  Steve took this warning very seriously and turned her life around.  Fleetwood Mac is now currently on tour.

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When Cool Was Really Cool

What if you could see these celebrities in candid moments, with impromptu shots of them doing every day things? That’s cool!

Freddie Mercury & Partner, 1985

In 1991, the world mourned the loss of legendary Queen front man, the flamboyantly lovable, immensely talented Freddie Mercury who died prematurely.  At his side for the last six years of his life was his partner, Jim Hutton.

Jim Hutton was a hairdresser from County Carlow, Ireland before meeting Freddie.  Once the couple started dating, Jim moved into Freddie’s Garden Lodge house where they would live together until Freddie’s death.

The couple was together at a time that same-sex marriage wasn’t permitted.  They did exchange wedding rings, though, to prove their love for each other.  When Freddie died, he was wearing his wedding band.

Stevie Nicks, 1970s

This is one strong front girl. Here we see Stevie Nicks, the lead singer of Fleetwood Mac and one of the undisputed queens of the 70’s.  On stage, she and her band were musical geniuses and amazing performances.  Off stage, though, Stevie was fighting a battle that all too many performers face; addiction and excessive partying.

It wasn’t until 1986 when Stevie came face to face with her health and  Steve took this warning very seriously and turned her life around.  Fleetwood Mac is now currently on tour.

Want to see more?  Let’s go!

What if you could see these celebrities in candid moments, with impromptu shots of them doing every day things? That’s cool!

Freddie Mercury & Partner, 1985

In 1991, the world mourned the loss of legendary Queen front man, the flamboyantly lovable, immensely talented Freddie Mercury who died prematurely.  At his side for the last six years of his life was his partner, Jim Hutton.

Jim Hutton was a hairdresser from County Carlow, Ireland before meeting Freddie.  Once the couple started dating, Jim moved into Freddie’s Garden Lodge house where they would live together until Freddie’s death.

The couple was together at a time that same-sex marriage wasn’t permitted.  They did exchange wedding rings, though, to prove their love for each other.  When Freddie died, he was wearing his wedding band.

Stevie Nicks, 1970s

This is one strong front girl. Here we see Stevie Nicks, the lead singer of Fleetwood Mac and one of the undisputed queens of the 70’s.  On stage, she and her band were musical geniuses and amazing performances.  Off stage, though, Stevie was fighting a battle that all too many performers face; addiction and excessive partying.

It wasn’t until 1986 when Stevie came face to face with her health and  Steve took this warning very seriously and turned her life around.  Fleetwood Mac is now currently on tour.

Want to see more?  Let’s go!