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Vedete Champagne Warns Children That “Super Drags” Is for Adults Only

"Uma animação adulta."

Better brush up on your Portuguese.

Back in May, Netflix released a teaser trailer for a new Brazilian animated series, Super Drags. According to the description, the cartoon follows three department store workers who have to deal with their uptight boss by day, but by night they transform into superhero drag queens, “ready to combat shade and rescue the world’s glitter from the evil villains.”

Now the streaming giant has debuted a new clip featuring Vedete Champagne, one of the characters from the cartoon, warning viewers that even though it is animated series, it is contains adult content, and is for people over the age of 16.
 

If you had any doubt Super Drags was for adults only, notice Vedete’s robot is named D.I.L.-D.O.—so yeah, it’s probably best if the kids skip this one.

Not much else is known about the series, produced by Brazil-based Combo Studio, but the site, CosmoNerd, shines a little more light on the project, revealing that the three queens’ names are Lemon Chiffon, Cran’s Sapphire and Crimson Scarlet.

Netflix

“We are thrilled that our first Brazilian animation will present our audiences with the daring, scandalous and fabulous world of Super Drags! Netflix is ​​fortunate to invest in great animation talent from Brazil, bringing the vibrant trait of Combo and the acidic mood of our producers to the beautiful and the canvases from every corner, “said Chris Sanagustin, Netflix’s Director of Original International Content.

Super Drags is set to debut later this year on Netflix.

I write about drag queens. Dolly Parton once ruffled my hair and said I was "just the cutest thing ever."