Singer Dimitrius Graham needed a judge's save to make it into the top 10 of American Idol and he never made it further than that but that didn't stop him from having one of the finest moments in the ABC show's live season finale Sunday night.
The Baltimore native, who has performed in gospel choirs and is classically trained as an opera singer, performed a duet with Adam Lambert of Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody." It was magnificent.
Graham more than held his own with Lambert, a former Idol runner-up who has gone on to a successful solo career and a regular stint as the lead singer of Queen. Graham, with choral backing, even did the operatic portion of the song that Queen doesn't attempt to do live.
The only downside was that the epic tune was drastically shortened to accommodate the timing of the live show.
Still, it was a performance you should not miss. Watch it now.