|Last known status||Alive|
|Pictures of Adorabeezle Winterpop|
Adorabeezle Winterpop is a character within the game Sugar Rush. Her candy theme revolves around ice pops; her signature kart is the Ice Rocket. On the online adaptation of Sugar Rush, she and Rancis Fluggerbutter are unlocked by completing the third track Frosty Rally.
Adorabeezle Winterpop: Sweet Skiing
"Adorabeezle Winterpop is the prettiest, happiest, most amiable ice champion of all time. She's a racing and skiing and skating fanatic who loves exploring new tracks hidden on the sugar-covered slopes of Sugar Rush."
Adorabeezle Winterpop is a pretty young girl with very pale cerise "frostbitten" skin, rosy cheeks and lips, thin blue eyes, and dark cobalt hair pulled back in a plaited braid. She wears a navy blue jacket with white, fluffy trim on top of a USA flag shirt, a blue skirt with light blue polka dots, and navy leggings. She also wears a winter flap with dangly cherry earrings at the hats ends and matching boots that are decorated with the same trim. Her clothing is adorned with peppermints and other similar candies. Her racing outfit consists of her usual outfit along with a red, white, and blue racing helmet with a blue visor.
- Adorabeezle's name was originally Adorabella Winterpop.
- Her plush is blue raspberry scented.
- Her fans are red and green anthropomorphic peppermints.
- Her palette swap is called Nougetsia Brumblestain. Their karts are also identical, except in coloration.
- Her power-up is an Ice Cream Canon and is the only racer's power-up seen.
- She appears to be particularly close friends with Snowanna and Jubileena.
- She, Snowanna, and Nougetsia seem to be the only racers that are based around frozen treats.
- It's unknown how she made her kart, which is a popsicle, since the only known way to make a kart is by baking it. However, it's likely she was simply programmed to have it.
- When Vanellope makes her execution joke, Adorabeezle is not visible, but when Vanellope says she was joking, her hat can be seen in the background.
- There were some people who believed that Adorabeezle was a male.
- She wears an US flag shirt.
- There seems to be a mistake when Taffyta discovers Vanellope's kart, as in the background, Adorabeezle is next to Nougetsia's kart.
- The body of her kart appears to possibly be a Bomb Pop popsicle.
For images of Adorabeezle Winterpop, click here.
Names in Other Languages
|Arabic||أيس ساتيلا باكلوا|
Iee-se Sa-teh-lah Ba-kloo-wa
|From "أيس" (transliteration for "Ice") and "أكل" (to eat)|
|Bulgarian||Предиштина Сладолечка||Probably from "пандишпан" (sponge cake) and "сладолед" (ice cream)|
xīnqín xiǎo mìfēng
|Croatian||Dražesnijera Ledoslad||From "snijeg" (snow), "led" (ice) and "slad" (malt)|
|Dutch||Droppelette Sneeuwlolly||From "druppel" (droplet) and "Sneeuwlolly" (snowlollipop)|
|Estonian||Võrratu Talvepulk||From "talv" (winter) and "pulk" (stick)|
|Finnish||Aprikoosi Hyvervuori||From "aprikoosi" (apricot) and "vuori" (mountain)|
|French||Barbará Pappas||From "barbe á pappas" (cotton candy)|
|Hungarian||Nempiskóta Hókifli||From "piskóta" (biscuit) and "hó" (snow) united with "kifli" (croissant)|
|Icelandic||Kellubjalla Kókosbolla||From "kókos" (coconut) and "bolla" (cup)|
|From English name|
|Latvian||Buverlīte Saldējumele||From "saldējums" (ice cream)|
|Norwegian||Summeliten Vinterpop||"Vinterpop" (came from original "Winterpop")|
|Polish||Granitta Zabaionne||From "granit" (granite) and "Zabaglione/Zabajone" (italian dessert)|
|Brazilian Portuguese||Adora Pirulitéia||"Adora" (came from original "Adorabeezle") or from the verb "adorar" (to like) and "pirulito" (lollipop)|
|Romanian||Adorabila Înghețata||From "adorabil" (adorable) or came from original "Adorabeezle" and "înghețată" (ice cream)|
|Russian||Сладорулетта ля Бисквит||From "Сладость" (sweetness) or "сладко" (sweetly) or "сладкий" (sweet) united with "Рулет" (roll), and "Бисквит" (sponge cake)|
|Slovak||Zimínka Iáskavá||From "zimné" (winter)|
|Slovenian||Adorabizla Zimapop||From English name|
|Swedish||Anna-Bedåra Vintergott||From "gott" (good)|
|Ukrainian||Смачуань Льодянчі||From "Смачній" (yummy) and "Льодяній" (icy) or "Льодяник" (lolipop) or "льодовий" (ice/ice-cold)|