A drag queen massively killed it in a Harry Potter-inspired performance set to Ariana Grande's "Dangerous Woman."
Known simply as Florida Man, the San Fransisco and Miami-based drag performer and nightlife entertainer took to the stage at San Fran's Oasis club in a "Lady Voldemort" costume to show off some magical moves and duke it out with friend and fellow performer Tito, who played "Hairy Otter," as part of an Ariana tribute night on October 6.
Lucky for everyone, the performance was filmed and posted online.
With over a million views and nearly 60,000 likes, it's no wonder this spellbinding performance has become a viral phenomenon.
Even "He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named" would surely admire it:
Watch the full performance below to catch the surprise ending—as epic as any of the last chapters in the Harry Potter series:
Commenters on Twitter were enthralled:
In an interview with Teen Vogue, Florida Man talked about what lead him to do the performance:
A few months ago I produced a Harry Potter tribute show called She Who Must Not Be Named and did my first number as Lady Voldemort. It was so fun and so absurd that I knew I wanted to bring the character back in wilder situations. So when the Ariana night popped up everything just clicked. It had to be 'Dangerous Woman' and it had to be a burlesque number.
Didn't get a good enough look at that costume? Here's a close-up of Lady Voldemort in all her dark glory:
Florida Man seemed to enjoy interacting with commenters on Twitter:
Attracting some new fans:
And bonding over similar interests:
In the Teen Vogue interview, Florida Man elaborated on why he chose the Voldemort theme:
Part of what I’m doing with Lady Voldemort is reimagining a universe where the canon of Harry Potter is queerer and weirder, and I think that speaks to a lot of queer people and Harry Potter fans alike. It’s also just ridiculous.
Hopefully, just like in the book series, this won't be the last time we see "She-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named."
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