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Adagio Dazzle is a main antagonist. She is voiced by Kazumi Evans.

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She is a member and self-proclaimed leader of the musical group the Dazzlings, a trio of sirens who cause conflicts among other cartoon characters with their singing, in order to consume the negative energy that forms as a result.

The entire group, alongside their manager NOS-4-A2, appear in Pitch imperfect as the main antagonists. In most other episodes, they make cameo appearances.

About the character[]

Characteristics: tall, slender, purple clothes, red necklace, pink eyes, purple boots, violet fingerless gloves, ginger long hair with blonde stripes, beautiful, evil, intelligent, sadistic, cruel, narcissistic, vain, arrogant, rude, self-centered, easily-annoyed, power-hungry

Animated age: more than 1000 years

created in: 2014

Profession: Singer, member of the Dazzlings

species: siren

nationality: American

religion: Christian

race: traditionally-animated

subrace: negative character

comes from: My little pony Equestria girls Rainbow rocks

relationships:

  • Aria and Sonata: Despite being in the same group as them, Adagio does not treat Aria and Sonata as equals, seeing herself as their leader instead. She is often annoyed by their immaturity, hence she calls them "idiots". While Sonata does not appear to mind her status as a "minion", Aria occasionally shows a small interest in becoming the leader, to which Adagio responds with anger, forbidding the former from leading.
  • NOS-4-A2: NOS-4-A2 is their manager and he can often be seen accompanying the group. As revealed in Pitch imperfect, the reason for their partnership is the mutual decision of assisting each other in their goals the robot arranges concerts for the Dazzlings (thus giving them opportunities to take negative energy with their black magic), and the sirens help their manager to find machines, which he can steal the energy from. The relationship appears to be entirely professional.

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