“Life can only be lived once. Don’t be afraid to show who you really are. If your true self bothers other people, that’s their problem, not yours.”
- Name: Pabllo Vittar
- Born: November 1, 1993
- From: São Luís, State of Maranhão, Brazil
- Pronouns: He/She/ They
- Contribution/Impact: Vittar revealed that he chose a masculine stage name because he wanted to be truthful to the public, since he is not transgender. He only acts as a woman when he’s on stage as Pabllo Vittar and has a more typical masculine gender expression in his private life.
- Occupation: Musician, Singer, Songwriter
- Known For: “K.O.”, “Amor de Que”, “Corpo Sensual”
- Awards: In 2017, Vittar won the Song of the Year 2017 of Melhores do Ano award and he won Brazilian of the Year 2018 of Brasileiros do Ano award.
- Interesting Facts: The first two singles were released to great success, with “Disk Me” reaching over 71 million views and “Problema Seu” reaching over 97 million views on Youtube.
Phabullo Rodrigues da Silva born November 1, 1993, known professionally as Pabllo Vittar is a Brazilian drag queen, singer and songwriter. Vittar appeared on TV for the first time in 2014, on a Brazilian talent singing show, performing “I Have Nothing” by Whitney Houston. Vittar revealed that he chose a masculine stage name because he wanted to be truthful to the public, since he is not transgender. He only acts as a woman when he’s on stage as Pabllo Vittar and has a more typical masculine gender expression in his private life. With the nomination of “Sua Cara” at the 19th Annual Latin Grammy Awards, Vittar became the first Grammy-nominated drag queen. He also became the first drag queen to win an EMA award in its 25-year run for Best Brazilian Act.
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