The news has just come in that Queen legend Brian May was recently rushed to hospital after suffering a heart attack.
Keep scrolling to read more and to see what Brian himself had to say about his most recent hospital trip...
Queen first formed in London in the 70's.
via: Getty ImagesWith members Freddie Mercury, Brian May, Rodger Taylor and John Deacon.
The band first gained UK fame with the release of their second album 'Queen II'.
via: Getty ImagesFollowing that they released their third and fourth album, gaining them success internationally.
The iconic song "Bohemian Rhapsody" followed.
via: Getty ImagesWhich stayed in the UK charts for nine weeks.
By the '80s, Queen was one of the biggest bands in the world.
via: Getty ImagesAs they played stadium, after stadium, after stadium.
Though, like all good things, it sadly came to an end.
via: Getty ImagesAs in 1991, Freddie Mercury passed away from bronchial pneumonia, just twenty-four hours after releasing a statement confirming that he had AIDS. And John Deacon retired years later in 1997.
This wasnt the end though.
via: Getty ImagesBrian May and Rodger Taylor have been touring under the name 'Queen +' since 2004. To begin with, Paul Rodgers joined doing vocals for the band but he later left in 2009.
Adam Lambert then joined the band and has stayed with them since.
via: Getty ImagesPreforming at the likes of the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.
Queen is estimated to have sold between 170 million to 300 million records.
via: Getty ImagesThey have released a total of eighteen number one albums, eighteen number one singles, and ten number-one DVDs worldwide.
Making them one of the world's best-selling music artists.
via: Getty ImagesThough, we doubt that comes as a surprise.
Guitarist Brian May is one of the few remaining Queen OGs...
As you can tell, Brian May has lived quite a life...
via: Getty ImagesOne that many people could only dream of.
And despite being seventy-two, an age that many would have retired at...
via: Getty ImagesThe guitarist has continued to work tirelessly over the years and nothing has seemed to stop him.
Not even a recent injury to his buttocks stopped him...
via: Getty ImagesWhich he told his followers on Instagram all about.
In a post on Instagram the music legend said he had been left in "relentless pain".
via: Getty ImagesHe began by saying " Reality check ! For me. No - the Virus didn’t get me yet - thank God. Hope you’re all keeping extra-safe out there. A decision to relax controls doesn’t suddenly make the danger go away. But me ?? Yes, I’ve been quiet. Reason ?"
He also added later in this post "So, folks ... I need to go dark for a while, getting some complete rest, at home. Please, please don’t send me sympathy - I just need some healing silence for a while."
via: Getty Images"I’ll be back - but I need the complete break. OK ? Thanks. Take care out there. Bri"
Now, you must be wondering what has happened? What could he have done?
Brian explained that he actually managed to pull his gluteus maximus by...gardening.
The terrible news has just come in that Brian has been rushed to hospital after suffering a heart attack.
via: Getty ImagesTaking to Instagram to inform his followers, he wrote: "Hmm ... Sheer Heart Attack eh? Well, I think I always worried a little bit about that album title. I wondered if it might upset some people who had actually had heart attacks. I’m actually quite relieved now that I’m in that club - and I don’t find it upsetting at all!"
via: Getty Images"Take. care folks. And ... why did those discs in my spine get so squished? Well I think 50 years of running around with a guitar strap over my left shoulder holding a heavy guitar might have something to do with it! But it probably WAS all worth it! Bri."