This article's lead section may be too short to adequately summarize the key points. Please consider expanding the lead to provide an accessible overview of all important aspects of the article. (February 2024)
Pabllo Vittar
Vittar in 2023
Born
Phabullo Rodrigues da Silva

(1993-11-01) 1 November 1993 (age 30)
Alma materFederal University of Uberlândia (dropped out)
Occupations
  • Singer
  • drag queen
Years active2015–present
Musical career
Genres
Instrument(s)Vocals
LabelsSony Music
Websitepabllovittar.com.br/en/

Phabullo Rodrigues da Silva (born 1 November 1993), known professionally as Pabllo Vittar (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈpablu viˈtaʁ]), is a Brazilian drag queen and singer.[4]

Life and career

1993–2016: Early life

Born in São Luís, Phabullo is a fraternal twin and has an older sister. He spent part of his childhood and adolescence living in the cities of Santa Inês and Caxias, both in the interior of Maranhão, due to financial difficulties. He never knew his father, who abandoned his mother, a nurse, when she was pregnant with him.[5]

During his childhood, Phabullo experienced bullying because of his delicate gestures and feminine voice. He was physically assaulted with a plate of hot soup strewn over his face.[6][7] He attended ballet classes during this period.[8]

At the age of 13, Phabullo began doing covers at family parties and school performances and joined a choir at a Catholic church.[9][10] Soon after, he began songwriting. Later, he decided to become a professional, moving to Indaiatuba with his sister, where he worked in several places, such as snack bars and beauty salons. Soon after, he moved to Uberlândia with his mother, who had recently married. At the age of 15, he came out to his mother, who had suspected that he was gay; his sister already knew about his sexual orientation.[11] His mother, whom he talks to daily, is supportive of his sexual orientation.[12]

"Pabllo Vittar is a boy. Who is a girl. Who has no gender. Who is not afraid. Who prefers a thousand times to be on a stage than anywhere else in the world."

Phabullo on "Who is Pabllo Vittar?".[9]

He then began to go out for the night in Maranhão, to make friends, and to participate as one of a selection of singers in a house of shows. He started performing his own songs and impersonating celebrities for a small fee, but it was not a professional job. He was now dressing feminine, but did not identify himself as a drag queen; the first time that he did drag was at age 17 in Uberlândia, to publicize a party of his friend by delivering pamphlets at the door of a nightclub.[5][13] With time, he started performing in LGBT parades in several cities of Maranhão and became known by the state's LGBT community. At age 18, in Minas Gerais, Phabullo started participating in and winning some beauty contests in full drag, before beginning his professional career as a singer while adopting the stage name of "Pabllo Knowles", an homage to singer Beyoncé.[9] His first performance as a drag queen occurred at the Belgrano nightclub, of producers Ian Hayashi and Leocádio Rezende (whom Phabullo would later call his "parents").[10][14]

Still in Minas Gerais, Phabullo took a university entrance exam by the Federal University of Uberlândia, where he was admitted to the full design course in 2013, but after some periods he dropped out of college due to his schedule of shows, which increased greatly due to the success of his music videos on the internet and his participation in the band of primetime television program Amor & Sexo.[15]

When he attracted attention from entrepreneurs in the entertainment field,[11] Phabullo began his musical career professionally, performing in bars and concert halls in Uberlândia and cities of the region. In this period, Phabullo adopted the stage name of Pabllo Vittar.[16]

Vittar appeared on TV for the first time in 2014, on a Brazilian talent singing show, performing "I Have Nothing" by Whitney Houston.[17] He became famous in the media in 2015 with the success of his music video "Open Bar",[18] a Portuguese-language version of Major Lazer's song "Lean On" with original lyrics, produced by Bonde do Rolê and Omulu.[19] In less than four months, the video reached one million views on YouTube.[20] He also released an extended play with the same name, using pop hits' instrumentals with new arrangements and lyrics.

2017: Vai Passar Mal

On 12 January 2017, his debut studio album Vai Passar Mal was released – including the singles "Nêga", "Todo Dia", "K.O.", "Corpo Sensual", "Então Vai" (with Diplo) and "Indestrutível". In the same month he released "Todo Dia" as the second single of the album, which became notorious at Brazilian Carnival due to its lyrics. The third single "K.O." became an even bigger hit and brought Vittar to nationwide fame and success; as of 2021, the song has over 381 million views on YouTube. The fourth single, "Corpo Sensual", was released on 6 September 2017, to similar success, resulting in over 321 million views on YouTube.

Vittar has been featured in songs by international artists such as Major Lazer's "Sua Cara" (with fellow Brazilian singer Anitta). The music video was released on 30 July 2017, and reached 10th place on the list of most-viewed online videos in the first 24 hours, with 25 million views.[21] The singer also appears on "I Got It", from Charli XCX's fourth mixtape Pop 2. Vittar collaborated again with XCX on "Flash Pose", released on 25 July 2019; the single was later included on Vittar's album 111. He also got to perform "Flash Pose" at the 2019 MTV Europe Music Awards.

2018: Não Para Não

Vittar in 2018

On 15 August 2018, Pabllo Vittar released his second studio album Não Para Não – including the singles "Problema Seu", "Disk Me", "Seu Crime", "Buzina", and "Não Vou Deitar". Vittar toured in support of the album, in Brazil and internationally. An extended tour called NPN Pride saw Vittar performing in various pride parades throughout the United States and Canada. The first two singles were released to great success, with "Disk Me" reaching over 85 million views and "Problema Seu" reaching over 112 million views on YouTube. The singles "Seu Crime" and "Buzina" also were successful, albeit with smaller numbers, with both reaching over 25 million views on YouTube. This album also featured Brazilian singers Dilsinho and Ludmilla in "Trago seu Amor de Volta" and "Vai Embora", respectively.

2019–2020: 111

On 31 October 2019, Pabllo Vittar released the 111 1 EP – including the singles "Parabéns" (with Brazilian rapper Psirico), "Amor de Que" and "Flash Pose" (with Charli XCX). Following the success of the 111 1 EP, "Amor de Que" rose to success thanks to the 2020 Brazilian Carnival, with the song reaching over 50 million views in just a month; as of 2021, the song has over 138 million views. "Parabéns" was released as the second single and also enjoyed similar success, with over 127 million views on YouTube as of 2020. "Flash Pose" had modest success, reaching over 25 million views on YouTube.

On 24 March 2020, Vittar's third studio album 111 was released – including the singles "Clima Quente" (with Brazilian Jerry Smith), "Tímida" (with Thalía) and "Rajadão"; the songs from the EP were also included in the album. Vittar collaborated with various artists on the album, and included songs in Portuguese, English and Spanish.

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. The following year, he consecutively won again.

Artistry

Musical and vocal style

Vittar is mainly a pop singer, although his music incorporates other genres.[12][22] His debut studio album Vai Passar Mal mixes pop with elements of electronic music and Brazilian genres such as tecno brega, arrocha, funk carioca, and forró.[23][24] Music critics noted that his second studio album Não Para Não follows a similar formula, mixing Brazilian and international influences.[25] Speaking about the latter album, Vittar explained: "I lived in Santa Izabel do Pará and listened to cumbia, carimbó, tecnobrega and guitarrada. In Maranhão, I heard axé and Bahia pagode... Pabllo Vittar is all over this album, I cannot go against my origins."[26] His lyrics often explore themes such as love, self-confidence, and partying.[24]

Vittar is a countertenor with 2.3 octaves of vocal extension already exhibited, spanning from flat E in the third octave (E♭3) to G# in the fifth octave (G♯5). Sérgio Anders, a singing professor at the State University of Minas Gerais, considers Vittar to have "an infantile voice in an adult male". While he views Vittar as a good singer, Anders opines that his technique is not very developed.[27] Shannon Sims of The New York Times described Vittar's voice as a "nasal soprano".[28]

Influences

Beyoncé in a yellow dress
Drag queen RuPaul speaking into a microphone
Vittar has cited Beyoncé (left) and RuPaul (right) as two major influences on his work

Vittar grew up listening to artists such as Aretha Franklin, Donna Summer, Whitney Houston, and Tina Turner, whom he imitated as a child before he even considered becoming a drag queen, as well as Gilberto Gil, Ney Matogrosso, Elis Regina, Alcione Nazareth, and Caetano Veloso.[29] He became interested in drag after watching the reality show RuPaul's Drag Race and cited RuPaul as an important inspiration: "All the drag artists in this world have to thank RuPaul for the visibility we have today."[5] Some participants of the show have also influenced Vittar, notably April Carrion and Naomi Smalls.[30] Model Bella Hadid visually influences him, especially his makeup and style.[31] His music and performances are greatly influenced by bands such as Banda Batidão and Companhia do Calypso.[32][33]

Early in his career, he used the stage name Pabllo Knowles as a reference to Beyoncé.[9] Other influences include Rihanna,[34] Kanye West, Lady Gaga, and Britney Spears,[35] as well as his "Sua Cara" collaborators Anitta and Major Lazer.[34] While making his debut album Vai Passar Mal, Vittar explained that he listened to several artists to find inspiration, citing Liniker and Elza Soares as examples.[9] The album was also influenced by Lana Del Rey, Allie X, Rihanna's album Anti, and Beyoncé's album Lemonade.[36]

Public image and impact

"I think gender doesn't matter to me. If you write 'him,' I'll find it incredible, if you write 'her,' same. But when I get in drag... I won't stand in front of the mirror two hours putting on makeup for someone to call me 'he,' right? Call me 'she'! 'She' is beautiful, 'she' is a singer, 'she' is a drag queen! I like to be called in the feminine."

Vittar on pronouns[36]

Vittar's music is considered as "unofficial anthems for Brazil's lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community"[28] and he is widely viewed as a voice for them. Because dangers to LGBTQ+ people have grown in Brazil,[37] Vittar's openness about being gay has made him an icon to those living in a prejudiced environment. As an openly gay Brazilian drag queen, Vittar has served as a positive representation of homosexuality and gender fluidity. He used his visibility to support LGBTQ+ individuals in Brazil and in other countries in South America. He said: "They tell me a lot about their daily struggle to go out on the street being gay, being drag. I want to give them strength so they can continue being who they are."[12] Vittar also appeared on A Força do Querer ("Edge of Desire"), a popular telenovela about a transgender man.[28] After seeing Vittar perform at the Rock in Rio festival, actor Fábio Assunção wrote in a Facebook post: "You represent the possibility of truth in a sea of hypocrisy. Your public figure is the voice of many suffocated people."[12]

In an interview for Veja magazine, 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.[38] During the same interview, Vittar said he is "making music for humans."[36] In October 2022 Vittar came out as gender-fluid on the PodPah podcast.[39]

Since his debut, Vittar became the most followed and most streamed drag queen in the world, surpassing RuPaul.[22] In 2020, Vittar was featured in a campaign for Calvin Klein, as part of the designer's pride collection.[40]

On 4 May 2024, Vittar performed with Madonna during her The Celebration Tour on Copacabana Beach, in Rio de Janeiro in front of 1.6 million concert attendees. Vittar joined Madonna on stage during a samba remix of her hit song "Music".[41]

On 30 June 2024, The New York Times issued Vittar as "the world's next big drag queen".[42]

Discography

Main article: Pabllo Vittar discography

Filmography

Film

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2017 Oitavo Himself Short film [43]
2018 Crô em Família [44]
2020 Emicida: Amarelo [45]

Television

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2016–2017 Amor & Sexo Vocalist 2 seasons [46]
2017 A Força do Querer Himself Episode: "5 October 2017" [47]
Vai Que Cola Himself Episode: "Você Decide" [48]
2018 Prazer, Pabllo Vittar Host [49]
O Outro Lado do Paraíso Himself Episode: "11 May 2018" [50]
Super Drags Goldiva Season 1 [51]
Vai Anitta Himself Season 1
2019 Autênticas Himself Season 2 [52]
Queen of Drags Guest judge Season 1 [53]
2020–2021 Wild & Free Himself Season 1–2 [54]
2021 MTV Millennial Awards Host 2021 MTV Millennial Awards [55]
2022 Queen Stars Brasil [56]
Germany's Next Topmodel Special guest Season 17 [57]

Internet

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2016 Vlog da Pabllo Himself Web-documentary
2018 Up Next: Pabllo Vittar Himself Web-documentary [58]
2019 Pabllo Vittar: A Trajetória da Artista! Himself Web-documentary
Whindersson Nunes: Próxima Parada Himself Episode: Nova Iorque – Filadélfia [59]

Tours

Canceled tour

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Work Result
2017 Melhores do Ano Song of the Year K.O. Won
2018 Latin Grammy Award Best Urban Fusion/Interpretation "Sua Cara" (with Major Lazer and Anitta) Nominated
MTV Millennial Awards Brazil Musical Act Pabllo Vittar Nominated
MIAW Icon Nominated
Selfie of the Year Nominated
Fandom of the Year Vittarlovers Nominated
Feat of the Year "Joga Bunda" (with Aretuza Lovi and Gloria Groove) Nominated
Insta BR @pabllovittar Nominated
Brasileiros do Ano Brazilian of the Year Pabllo Vittar Won
MTV Europe Music Award Best Brazilian Act Nominated
2019 British LGBT Awards Online Influencer Nominated
Premios Juventud Best Choreography "Caliente" (with Lali) Nominated
MTV Millennial Awards Brazil Musical Act Pabllo Vittar Won
Fandom of the Year Vittarlovers Nominated
Music Video of the Year "Seu Crime" Nominated
Gay Times Honours Drag Hero Award Pabllo Vittar Won
Meus Prêmios Nick Favorite National Artist Nominated
Style of the Year Nominated
MTV Europe Music Award Best Brazilian Act Won
2020 MTV Europe Music Award Won
2021 GLAAD Media Awards Outstanding Music Artist 111 Pending
Year Award Category Result Ref.
2020 Meus Prêmios Nick Favorite Artist Nominated [60]
2020 Prêmio Jovem Brasileiro Melhor Live Nominated [61]
2020 MTV Millennial Awards Brazil Musical Artist Nominated [62]
2020 Multishow Brazilian Music Award[63] Clipe TVZ Pending

See also

Bibliography

References

  1. ^ "Drag Pabllo Vittar lança EP com versões de Ellie Goulding, Rihanna e Beyoncé". Virgula (in Brazilian Portuguese). December 3, 2015.
  2. ^ "Pabllo Vittar lança o bregafunk 'Clima Quente' em parceria com Jerry Smith". Hashtag Pop (in Brazilian Portuguese). February 20, 2020.
  3. ^ "Lollapalooza 2022 abre edição mais funkeira da história com Pabllo Vittar e Edgar".
  4. ^ Billboard Brasil. "Meet Pabllo Vittar: Major Lazer's Favorite Brazilian Drag Queen". Billboard. Retrieved June 30, 2018.
  5. ^ a b c "Pabllo Vittar: tem drag no samba" [Pabllo Vittar: there's drag in samba]. G1. February 27, 2017. Archived from the original on March 2, 2017. Retrieved August 5, 2017.
  6. ^ "Pabllo Vittar sobre preconceito: "Jogaram sopa quente na minha cara"" [Pabllo Vittar about prejudice: "They threw hot soup over my face"]. JCOnline/UOL. February 17, 2017. Retrieved August 5, 2017.
  7. ^ ""Jogaram sopa quente na minha cara", diz Pabllo Vittar a revista Trip" ["They threw hot soup over my face", says Pabllo Vittar to Trip Magazine]. Doistercos. February 18, 2017. Retrieved August 5, 2017.
  8. ^ Astuto, Bruno (August 1, 2017). "Pabllo Vittar evita rótulos sobre sua sexualidade e diz: "Meu negócio é transitar"" [Pabllo Vittar avoids labels about her sexuality and says: "My thing is to transition"]. Época. Retrieved August 12, 2017.
  9. ^ a b c d e Laranja, Ricardo (December 22, 2015). "Pabllo Vittar: "Estou aqui para desconstruir gêneros"" [Pabllo Vittar: "I'm here to deconstruct genders"]. medium.com. Retrieved February 3, 2016.
  10. ^ a b "Pabllo Vittar: "Para dar close, a gente vai até num vulcão em erupção"" [Pabllo Vittar: "To look sickening, we even go to an erupting volcano"]. O Globo. January 27, 2017. Retrieved August 6, 2017.
  11. ^ a b "Jovem cantor Pabllo Vittar conhece a TV Integração" [Young singer Pabllo Vittar meets TV Integração]. Rede Globo. December 6, 2015. Archived from the original on September 23, 2017. Retrieved February 3, 2016.
  12. ^ a b c d Phillips, Dom (October 21, 2017). "Brazil's LGBT pop sensation: 'I want to give them strength'". The Guardian. Retrieved March 14, 2018.
  13. ^ Vieira, Bianka (February 16, 2017). "Ninguém tomba Pabllo Vittar" [Nobody takes Pabllo Vittar down]. Revista Trip/UOL. Retrieved August 6, 2017.
  14. ^ Junior, Analio (December 22, 2015). "FAMA: Drag Queen maranhense bomba na web e substitui Léo Jaime no "Amor e Sexo" da Rede Globo!!!" [FAME: Drag queen from Maranhão breaks the internet and replaces Léo Jaime on "Amor e Sexo", from Rede Globo!!!]. Retrieved February 3, 2016.
  15. ^ "Cantora do Amor & Sexo, Pabllo Vittar também é estudante de Design de Interiores" [Singer on "Amor e Sexo", Pabllo Vittar is also student of Design]. Extra. Info Globo/Grupo Globo. February 26, 2017. Retrieved October 5, 2017.
  16. ^ Monteiro, Carolina (December 18, 2015). "Sucesso com 'Open bar', Pabllo Vittar se apresenta em Uberlândia" [Success with "Open Bar", Pabllo Vittar performs in Uberlândia]. Correio de Uberlândia. Archived from the original on August 10, 2017. Retrieved February 3, 2016.
  17. ^ Williams, Jeremy (October 9, 2019). "International drag superstar Pabllo Vittar headlines Orlando's Pride Stage". Watermark Online. Retrieved April 14, 2020.
  18. ^ "Conheça a Pabllo Vittar, drag brasileira que ganhou o Diplo com clipe de estreia". A Gambiarra (in Portuguese). Archived from the original on November 14, 2018. Retrieved October 8, 2015.
  19. ^ Sanches, Carolina (January 26, 2016). "Drag brasileiro Pabllo Vittar lança clipe de estreia transformando Major Lazer em sambinha". Tv Globo. Archived from the original on July 31, 2017. Retrieved February 3, 2016.
  20. ^ Rocha, Pedro (October 8, 2015). "Pabllo Vittar fala de carreira, sucesso e novos projetos em entrevista ao G1". Tv Globo. Retrieved February 3, 2016.
  21. ^ "Watch Major Lazer's Steamy 'Sua Cara' Video Featuring Anitta & Pabllo Vittar: Watch". Billboard. Retrieved December 6, 2017.
  22. ^ a b Codinha, Alessandra (November 27, 2018). "What Pabllo Vittar, Pop Superstar, Means to Brazil (and the Rest of Us) Right Now". Vogue. Condé Nast. Retrieved December 3, 2018.
  23. ^ Dias, Tiago (September 18, 2017). "Após arrasar com a Cidade do Rock, Pabllo Vittar quer voltar em 2019" [After demolishing the Cidade do Rock, Pabllo Vittar wants to return in 2019]. UOL HOST (in Brazilian Portuguese). Retrieved December 6, 2018.
  24. ^ a b Oliveira, Luccas (January 27, 2017). "Crítica: Disco de Pabllo Vittar é um cartão de visitar feito sob medida para seu público" [Review: Pabllo Vittar's album is a visit card tailored for its audience]. Globo (in Brazilian Portuguese). Retrieved December 12, 2018.
  25. ^ Ferreira, Mauro (October 5, 2018). "Pabllo Vittar exacerba busca incessante pelo sucesso na sintética batida pop do álbum 'Não para não'" [Pabllo Vittar exacerbates incessant search for success with the synthetic pop beat of the album 'Não Para Não']. Globo (in Brazilian Portuguese). Retrieved April 14, 2020.
  26. ^ Manhães, Eduardo (October 4, 2018). "Pabllo Vittar lança seu segundo álbum e garante que haters não tiram seu sono" [Pabllo Vittar releases her second album and guarantees that haters do not make her lose sleep]. Globo (in Brazilian Portuguese). Retrieved December 7, 2018.
  27. ^ Peixoto, Mariana (January 8, 2018). "Pabllo Vittar canta bem? Professores de canto avaliam voz da drag queen" [Does Pabllo Vittar sing well? Singing professors assess the drag queen's voice]. uai.com.br (in Brazilian Portuguese). Retrieved January 23, 2018.
  28. ^ a b c Sims, Shannon (October 7, 2017). "Transgender Brazilians Embrace Hit Soap Opera: 'Now You Can See Us'". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved March 14, 2018.
  29. ^ Pascowitch, Joyce (December 15, 2017). ""2017 foi meu sim", diz Pabllo Vittar, capa da revista J.P. de dezembro. Alguém tem dúvida?" ["2017 was my yes," says Pabllo Vittar, the cover star of December's J.P. Does anyone have any questions?]. UOL HOST (in Brazilian Portuguese). Retrieved December 22, 2017.
  30. ^ "Entrevista: em clima de Open Bar, Pabllo Vittar mostra que veio pra ficar" [Interview: in the atmosphere of Open Bar, Pabllo Vittar shows that she is here to stay]. MTV Brasil. January 28, 2016. Archived from the original on December 7, 2018. Retrieved December 7, 2018.
  31. ^ Carasco, Daniela (July 20, 2017). "Pabllo Vittar revela as 5 divas que a inspiram" [Pabllo Vittar reveals the 5 divas who inspire her]. UOL HOST (in Brazilian Portuguese). Retrieved December 12, 2018.
  32. ^ César, Cristian (February 2, 2018). "Pabllo Vittar: A mistura de culturas" [Pabllo Vittar: The mixture of cultures]. Acesso Cultural. Retrieved December 12, 2018.
  33. ^ Zalc, Caio (September 19, 2017). "Seu amor nos pegou". Universo AA. Retrieved December 12, 2018.
  34. ^ a b Fagundes, Caca (July 15, 2017). "Pabllo Vittar fala ao G1 sobre amizade com Anitta e sonho de parceria com Rihanna" [Pabllo Vittar talks to G1 about friendship with Anitta and dream of collaboration with Rihanna]. Globo (in Brazilian Portuguese). Retrieved April 14, 2020.
  35. ^ Hahne, Stephanie (July 12, 2019). "Pabllo Vittar lista os cinco discos que mudaram sua vida para o TIDAL" [Pabllo Vittar lists the five records that changed her life for TIDAL]. Tenho Mais Discos Que Amigos. Retrieved July 30, 2019.
  36. ^ a b c Torres, Leonardo (January 12, 2017). "Entrevista: Pabllo Vittar fala sobre álbum novo, parceria com Diplo, clipes e início da produção do próximo disco" [Interview: Pabllo Vittar talks new album, partnership with Diplo, music videos and production of next album.]. POPLine. Retrieved June 25, 2017.
  37. ^ "Brazil as World LGBT Murder Capital and Rio's Place in the Data". RioOnWatch. July 10, 2017.
  38. ^ Fabio, Matheus (January 28, 2017). "Pabllo Vittar tira dúvidas sobre sua identidade de gênero em nova entrevista e confirma gravação de clipes para "K.O." e "Indestrutível" do novo álbum" [Pabllo Vittar addresses questions on her gender identity in new interview and confirms music videos for "K.O." and "Indestructible", from her new album.]. Portal Famosos. Retrieved August 6, 2017.
  39. ^ "Pabllo Vittar se define como gênero fluido: 'Sempre me aceitei assim'". www.uol.com.br. Retrieved November 9, 2022.
  40. ^ Palumbo, Jacqui (June 26, 2020). "Black trans model Jari Jones fronts Calvin Klein's Pride campaign". CNN. Retrieved June 28, 2020.
  41. ^ "Após show da Madonna em Copacabana, Pabllo Vittar revela apelido que recebeu da rainha do pop". Globo.com (in Brazilian Portuguese). May 6, 2024. Retrieved May 6, 2024.
  42. ^ "The World's Next Big Drag Queen Is Brazilian". The New York Times. June 30, 2024. Retrieved July 2, 2024.
  43. ^ "Marquezine, Juliana Paes e Pabllo Vittar aparecem se arrumando para festa em quarto de hotel; assista". Glamour (in Portuguese). December 7, 2017. Retrieved December 12, 2018.
  44. ^ "Crô em Família: Elenco, atores, equipe técnica, produção – AdoroCinema (ver lista completa)". AdoroCinema (in Portuguese). Retrieved December 12, 2018.
  45. ^ Trojaike, Laísa (November 18, 2020). "Emicida faz manifesto no documentário AmarElo – É Tudo Pra Ontem; veja o trailer". Canaltech (in Portuguese). Retrieved May 26, 2021.
  46. ^ Sant'Anna, Thaís (August 20, 2018). ""Amor e Sexo" lembra 1ª vez que Pabllo Vittar cantou de drag para a mãe". Universo Online (in Portuguese). Retrieved July 6, 2021.
  47. ^ "Pabllo Vittar realiza sonho de criança fazendo ponta em "A Força do Querer"". Universo Online (in Portuguese). October 4, 2017. Retrieved December 12, 2018.
  48. ^ "Episódio 200 de 'Vai Que Cola' será estilo 'Você Decide'". Jornal do Commercio (in Portuguese). November 21, 2017. Retrieved December 12, 2018.
  49. ^ "Pabllo Vittar estreia programa no Multishow: 'Vou mostrar quem eu sou de verdade'". Extra (in Portuguese). April 30, 2018. Retrieved May 26, 2021.
  50. ^ "Pabllo Vittar grava participação em novela e é tietada por Mayana Neiva". Universo Online (in Portuguese). May 5, 2018. Retrieved December 12, 2018.
  51. ^ "Pabllo Vittar dubla protagonista de 'Super Drags', animação da Netflix". Correio Braziliense (in Portuguese). May 5, 2018. Retrieved August 29, 2018.
  52. ^ Kavad, Medeiros (August 6, 2019). ""Autênticas": pre-estreia de documentário no GNT com Pabllo Vittar, Luísa Sonza, Lexa e Lellê acontece na Casa do POPline". POPline (in Portuguese). Retrieved May 26, 2021.
  53. ^ "Pabllo Vittar é jurada especial de Queen of Drags, seriado da TV alemã". Universo Online (in Portuguese). November 29, 2019. Retrieved May 26, 2021.
  54. ^ Vieira, Nathan (March 10, 2020). "Amazon Prime Video anuncia novo reality show "Soltos em Floripa"". Canaltech (in Portuguese). Retrieved May 26, 2021.
  55. ^ Nunes, Caian (September 1, 2021). "Pabllo Vittar e Rafael Portugal são apresentadores do MTV MIAW 2021". POPline (in Portuguese). Retrieved September 1, 2021.
  56. ^ Valadares, Giovana (December 4, 2021). "Pabllo Vittar e Luísa Sonza anunciam data de estreia de 'Queen Stars' na HBO Max". E! (in Portuguese). Retrieved December 4, 2021.
  57. ^ "Pabllo Vittar participa de reality show alemão comandado por Heidi Klum". Folha de S.Paulo (in Portuguese). April 4, 2022. Retrieved April 5, 2022.
  58. ^ "Pabllo Vittar participa de documentário da Apple Music". O Estado de S. Paulo (in Portuguese). January 9, 2018. Retrieved January 9, 2018.
  59. ^ "Série de Whindersson Nunes inaugura Youtube Originals no Brasil". Jovem Pan (in Portuguese). September 25, 2019. Retrieved May 26, 2021.
  60. ^ "Meus Prêmios Nick 2020: veja lista de vencedores, que teve Manu Gavassi como destaque". Estadão (in Brazilian Portuguese). Retrieved August 28, 2023.
  61. ^ "Prêmio Jovem Brasileiro anuncia vencedores de 2020; veja em cada categoria". Vírgula (in Brazilian Portuguese). August 23, 2020. Retrieved August 28, 2023.
  62. ^ "MTV Miaw 2020: Confira os vencedores da premiação". UOL (in Brazilian Portuguese). Retrieved August 28, 2023.
  63. ^ Metropoles. "Multishow anuncia indicação de Pabllo Vittar após agitação de fãs na web". Metropoles. Retrieved June 30, 2020.