Pabllo Vittar is thrilled to receive “Drag Hero” award at British awards: “It’s not easy in Brazil, but I’m still walking”

LONDON, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 21: Pabllo Vittar during the GAY TIMES Honours 500 at Magazine London on November 21, 2019 in London, England. (Photo by Mike Marsland/WireImage for GAY TIMES)

This Thursday (21) Pabllo Vittar was one of the highlights of the “GAY TIMES Honors 500” awards held in London, England. The purpose of the event is to highlight the strength of the LGBTQ community and the Brazilian singer received the Drag Hero award as a drag queen heroine.

As she took the stage to receive the prize, she didn’t hold back the emotion and cried. Speaking in English, she said, “It’s not easy in Brazil, but I’m still walking,” he said. “I made my dreams come true, I never gave up, this community is the best,” he added. Watch the video:

In an official statement, Pabllo Vittar commented: “I was very happy and honored with this award. It was a wonderful surprise. I never thought of being a LGBTQ + reference, but today I know the importance of giving visibility to the whole community. I dream of the day when we will have a world with more opportunities for everyone, regardless of the differences. ”

Pabllo Vittar also performed a special 20-minute performance, which included the hits (“Flash Pose”, “Congratulations”, “Amor de Que” and “Ponte Perra”), but videos have not yet been released (we will update soon) .


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