Queen - We Are the Champions: FireFight Australia

Fox To Air ‘Fire Fight Australia’ Benefit Concert With Queen, Michael Bublé & More

Breaking News - FOX to Air "Fire Fight Australia" Benefit Concert Saturday, February 29

Barber also fired a shot at government handling of the bushfire crisis.

The sold-out Fire Fight Australia concert at ANZ Stadium in Sydney airs on Fox8, Channel V and the Seven Network from 1pm on Sunday and streams live via Fox GO, Fox Now and 7plus.

"People ask me 'How can we help with the Australian bushfires?' By buying this lovely t-shirt you will be helping my fellow Aussies and our unique wildlife who lost their homes and habitat", she posted with a photo of herself rocking the cute T-shirt.

Rock behemoths Queen + Adam Lambert played to a roaring crowd, with Alice Cooper, Irish favourite Ronan Keating and singer-songwriter k.d. lang also on the line-up.

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Queen + Adam Lambert were on their Australian edition of the "Rhapsody Tour".

Andrea Gartside made a decision to attend the nine-hour concert with her friend Maureen Mackie to support the firefighters after the unprecedented fire season.

Fire Fight's profits will be shared between the Red Cross' disaster relief and recovery fund, rural and regional fire services and the RSPCA's bushfire appeal.

"We're doing our part in helping", she said.

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Queen and Adam Lambert will hit the United Kingdom in June.

'It's going to be awesome.it's great that it's bringing everyone together for a good cause'.

Australian talent included 5 Seconds of Summer, Icehouse, John Farnham, Olivia Newton-John, Pete Murray and Tina Arena.

You can see the full video and dozens of photographs of the performance below. All proceeds generated by the Fox broadcast will go on to assist The Basis for Rural & Regional Renewal (FRRR), a company engaged on the bottom with Australian rural communities affected by catastrophe, supporting them to rebuild.

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