Pabllo Vittar wears red from head to toe and remakes meme to honor Lula


Even before Lula (PT) was declared president of Brazil, Internet users were already imagining what the singer Pabllo Vittar would look like at an eventual inauguration event. And isn’t it that she decided to repeat the meme?

On Twitter, the artist herself dressed all in the colors of the party and compared the outfit to the image that went viral on the internet weeks before. “Red,” she cheered her.

With his unmistakable treble, Pabllo took to the stage of the Festival do Futuro, this Monday morning (2), shouting: “Brasília, do the L!”. One of the most vocal artists in support of then-candidate Lula, from the Workers’ Party, Vittar was one of the most anticipated attractions at the festival that accompanied the inauguration of the new president.

Delays caused by various technical problems pushed the start of the singer’s show to 3:50 am, almost two hours after the scheduled time. These same problems were also present during the performance of the drag queen, whose wide range voice lost its clarity in higher notes.

Even so, Vittar hooked her audience, still expressive at Esplanada dos Ministérios, for whom she distilled her repertoire of hits —from the almost classic to the most recent.

Like other artists who have headlined the stages at Festival do Futuro, Vittar brought his full show to the event, complete with ballet and just a few tweaks in terms of length and track selection.

Many celebrities accompanied Lula’s inauguration. Economist and former BBB Gil do Vigor arrived in Brasília on Saturday afternoon (31) and posted a photo on Instagram with his mother, Jacira, following the ceremonies. Journalist and presenter Fátima Bernardes was also at the event with her boyfriend Túlio Gadelha, who was elected federal deputy for Pernambuco by Rede Sustentabilidade.

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