I can't find this on Youtube, so until I figure out how to put stuff on Youtube myself ... here is the opening of the show:
[Background music is the beginning of "We Will Rock You" - (stomp stomp clap) - and the background screen shows that iconic photo of the four of them with the shadows on their face and Freddie with his hands crossed over his chest.]
Host: "Tonight, we will rock you as your favorite bands play the music of Queen."
[Introduction of host, bands, and judges.]
Host: "Right, well we have a big show tonight. It's - all four will be performing two songs each: one they write themselves, and another by Queen, one of the greatest rock bands of all time."
[video of Freddie interacting with the crowd]
Freddie and crowd: "Everything's gonna be all right ... right ... right ... right".
["Killer Queen" plays in the background and concert video footage and stills are shown.]
Host: "Since Queen began, audiences around the world have grabbed hold of their music, even sending them to the top of the UK album charts for over thirteen hundred weeks - more than any other music act in history, including The Beatles and Elvis Presley. Every member of Queen is credited with having written more than one chart topping single each."
[Freddie talking while sitting at a table]
Freddie: "At the moment, there's a lot within Queen that - that we all can do ... as long as we don't take it so seriously; we should try and inject some fun into it, you know?"
Host: "In 2003, Queen became the first, and remain the only, band in history to be inducted into the Song Writers' Hall of Fame. And in rehearsals this week, our bands were going to great lengths to get the music of Queen just right."
[Interview with the Clark Brothers (nothing about Queen - just about adding some musician friends this week from Nashville, including a drummer).]
[Interview with singer from Dot Dot Dot in rehearsal room:]
Dot Dot Dot singer: "Nobody has ever been able to be Freddie. [We hear somebody singing while they rehearse "Don't Stop Me Now".] If you're a front man and you're getting up there and you want the crowd, you are influenced by Freddie in some way. We were all really excited to hear that it was Queen Week."
[the bands' performances]