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The very first Lalaloopsy dolls released in 2010. They're the central focus of all animated media.

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    Pillow Featherbed
Click here  to see her as a baby.
Click here  to see her (well, what we're able to see of her) in Lalaloopsy Girls.
A girl who likes to sleep, no matter the time of day.
Made from: A Baby's Blankie
Voiced by: Zoe Marlett, Sophia Roth (Search For Pillow)

  • Ambiguous Disorder: In "Search For Pillow", she is implied to have narcolepsy, since she is shown to fall asleep literally any time of the day. Thankfully, this vice didn't show up again after that movie.
  • Brilliant, but Lazy: She does have moments of insight, but she prefers to sleep more than work.
  • Characterization Marches On: After "Search For Pillow", her tendency to sleep randomly disappears.
  • Counting Sheep: Her pet sheep is meant to reference this trope. In "The Big Sheep Sleep", she tries to count Little Bah Peep's sheep.
  • The Faceless: How she looked in Lalaloopsy Girls is unknown, as in both the movie and the Peanut-focused short she is under the bedsheet sleeping, only her snores being heard.
  • Genki Girl: As a baby, ironically enough. She was the most energetic of her friends, until she met her pet sheep.
  • Heavy Sleeper: Not even rolling down a steep hill can wake her up.
  • Out of Focus: She's the first-listed Lalaloopsy, but she gets way less focus compared to the rest of the original eight. She only appeared in a small number of Nickelodeon episodes, and Rosy was listed as part of the main cast and not Pillow.
  • Performance Anxiety: If "Trunk Show" is anything to go by, she can't stand to be seen on stage.
  • Really Fond of Sleeping: Pillow Featherbed seems to always end up curled up and is fast asleep. Her name is based off of her favorite things she possesses and which she can fall asleep on - her nice feathery bed and her comfy pillow.
  • Significant Reference Date: Her sewn-on date, January 3rd, is the Festival of Sleep.
  • Sleep Cute: Whenever Pillow sleeps, it's adorable.
  • Sleepyhead: Commonly seen asleep.
  • Toyless Toyline Character: To rub salt in the wound of her being reduced to The Faceless in Lalaloopsy Girls' animations, she never even had a doll in that line.

    Crumbs Sugar Cookie
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Click here  to see her 2017 design.
The town baker who's super sweet and has a passion for creating treats.
Made from: A Baker's Apron
Voiced by: Calista Schmidt, Sydney Mccann (Search For Pillow), Stephanie Sheh (Welcome To LALA Prep School), Jocelyne Loewen (We're Lalaloopsy)
Singing by: Maria Diy (We're Lalaloopsy)

  • Big Eater: Her pet Mouse loves to eat. In "Dot's Moon Mission", he ate all the snacks on the spaceship, gets a Balloon Belly, which, as the cakes are Instant Mass: Just Add Water! foods, leads to a rather intense Dinner Deformation that ends up wrecking the engine.
  • Dastardly Whiplash: In "By the Book", she is cast as a mustache-twirling villain named Dastardly Delilah for Bea and Prairie's recreation of a book they read, but she isn't very good at being evil.
  • Feminine Women Can Cook: Acts feminine, and is great at baking.
  • Nausea Fuel: In-Universe, she feels queasy when on roller-coasters.
  • Nice Girl: Just as sweet as her name.
  • OOC Is Serious Business: Gets upset when Blossom asks Cherry Crisp Crust to make her birthday cake over her in "Cherry On Top".
  • Rose-Haired Sweetie: She has pink hair and is one of the nicest people in Lalaloopsy Land.
  • Significant Reference Date: Her sewn-on date, December 4th, is Cookie Day.
  • Sweet Baker: A chef who bakes sweet treats, and is also arguably the nicest person in Lalaloopsy Land.
  • Sweet Tooth: Not as much as Sprinkle, but she does like eating sweets as much as baking them.
  • Team Chef: Her defining trait is her interest in baking and cooking.
  • Team Mom: Crumbs often acts like a mom to her friends, as she is caring and protective of them.

    Mittens Fluff N' Stuff
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Click here  to see her as a teenager.
A warm-hearted girl from the mountains, and a lover of all things related to snow.
Made from: A Cozy Scarf
Voiced by: Paige Stone, Kaylen Ponce (Search For Pillow), Rachelle Heger (Welcome to LALA Prep School)

    Peanut Big Top
Click here  to see her as a baby.
Click here  to see her as a teenager.
A performer and ring mistress, who's clumsy but determined and loves throwing pranks.
Made from: A Clown's Costume
Voiced by: Malia Ashley Kerr, Jordana Keller (Search For Pillow), Cherami Leigh (Welcome to LALA Prep School)

  • 10-Minute Retirement: In "No Laughing Matter", where she gives up pranking until the end of the episode.
  • Class Clown: Played up in Lalaloopsy Girls, where she's said to be the funniest girl in school.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: As a baby, she would say and do random things.
  • Cute Clumsy Girl: Peanut often trips while performing.
  • Heroic B So D: In "No Laughing Matter", Peanut nearly risks Sprinkle's mouse's life when trying to throw a prank on Dyna Might. Feeling guilty, she quits pulling pranks. She gets out of it, however.
  • Genki Girl: Peanut is cheerful and energetic.
  • Iron Butt-Monkey: Peanut may fall down a lot, but she never lets that get her down.
  • Large Ham: Tends to speak loudly and bombastically, owing to her job as a ring mistress.
  • Lost Voice Plot: In "Trunk Show", Peanut loses her voice after yelling too loud.
  • Non-Ironic Clown: A rare modern example.
  • No Indoor Voice: She doesn't enjoy being quiet.
  • Out of Focus: Was one of the main characters of the original series, but is absent in We’re Lalaloopsy. She does have merchandise through the reboot’s mystery minis, however.
  • Plucky Comic Relief: No matter the iteration, Peanut will always be the one that provides the jokes.
  • The Prankster: She loves throwing pranks on people, especially Dyna Might.
  • Significant Reference Date: Her sewn-on date is April Fools Day, April 1st.
  • Ship Tease: It’s implied she has a crush on Ace in the Nickelodeon series. In "Life of the Parties", she hugs him.
  • Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: In the Nickelodeon series, Dyna has a comical rivalry with her, because Peanut is The Joker to Dyna's Batman.
  • The Unintelligible: Her baby self had a pacifier in her mouth that would make her voice muffled.

    Spot Splatter Splash
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A master artist who finds inspiration in everything.
Made from: A Painter's Overalls
Voiced by: Tate McRae, Kyla Warshowsky (Search For Pillow), Cristina Vee (Welcome to LALA Prep School), Sabrina Pitre (We're Lalaloopsy)
Singing by: Arielle Tuliao (We're Lalaloopsy)


    Jewel Sparkles
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An upper-class prim girl "princess" who has good manners, but can be bossy.
Made from: A Princess's Dress
Voiced by: Selia Sangra, Ava Demary (Search For Pillow), Kira Buckland (Welcome To LALA Prep School), Kazumi Evans (We're Lalaloopsy)
Singing by: Kaylee Johnston (We're Lalaloopsy)

  • Adaptational Jerkass: Is noticeably even more rude and prissy in We're Lalaloopsy. A good contrast is comparing how Jewel treated newcomers in both series. In the Nick Jr. series finale Band Together, Jewel was one of the first people to welcome Keys Sharps N' Flats and endorses her dreams of performing on stage (even if initially Jewel was only in it for the fame it attracts). In We’re Lalaloopsy, Jewel immediately looks down upon Storm E. Sky, is annoyed with having to accept her as her neighbor, and has made attempts to stop her from playing music. Although thankfully, she gets out of this behavior after getting to know Storm E. better.
  • Attention Whore: Sometimes she seeks the spotlight.
  • Catchphrase: "Perfectly perfect!"
  • Character Exaggeration: Jewel becomes more uptight in We're Lalaloopsy.
  • Characterization Marches On: In "Search For Pillow", Jewel had an interest for dancing, but that never showed up again.
  • Cool Crown: Has a whole collection of tiaras at her house.
  • Disney Creatures of the Farce: A scene where Jewel sits down with all the pets with a gentle aura in Lalaloopsy Girls references this trope.
  • Fatal Flaw: The most predominant traits about Jewel are her bossiness, obsession with perfection and at-the-surface uptight nature, contrasting her with other main characters in not just the series, but compared to other Merchandise-Driven series based on toys marketed for girls.
  • Fire-Forged Friends: With Storm E. They were constantly fighting with one another and couldn't stand each other at first. However, they got on better terms.
  • Friend to All Living Things: Even though she can be bossy even towards her Cat, Lalaloopsy Girls shows she’s gentle with animals. Although it took a while for her to warm up to spiders.
  • Girl Posse: Attempted to start one in the Nickelodeon series - the Princess club, which is for fancy Lalaloopsies. She tried to recruit Peanut, Spot, and Sunny, but they didn't behave like princesses. By the time of the club's next appearance, she, Tippy, and Suzette are all the only members.
  • Girly Girl: Wears pink, cares for her hair, and likes neatness.
  • Informed Species: In the original line at least, her cat was said to be of the Persian breed, but didn't look much like it. This was averted in both Girls and the 2017 incarnation, which makes Cat look much fluffier.
  • Irony: She states green isn’t her color in “Stuck on You”, although she wears dresses with chartreuse bows and frilling.
  • It's All About Me: Jewel has a number of self-absorbed moments, but it’s never played as downright narcissism because she also has a number of moments where she’s shown to actually care for others.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She may be smug, but she's still polite.
  • Large Ham: Always speaks in a grandiose manner. Only exceptions are in the original webisodes and The Search for Pillow, Babies and Girls.
  • Lovable Alpha Bitch: Jewel is one of the friendliest residents of Lalaloopsy Land despite her snootiness.
  • Neat Freak: She likes things to be neat.
  • Official Couple: Her cat is this with Storm E's cat.
  • One-Word Vocabulary: As a baby, ”NO!”
  • Pink Means Feminine: She acts prim, has pink hair along with a pink dress, pink shoes, and a pink tiara.
  • Princesses Prefer Pink: A princess girl whose theme color is pink.
  • Princess Phase: She's not actually a princess, but she's meant to represent little girls who love princesses.
  • Ship Tease: In the Netflix series, Jewel has a crush on Ace. She even sings a song about it. However, Ace doesn't show as obvious signs of reciprocation.
  • Sudden Name Change: Cat was named "Kitty" in "Search For Pillow".
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: One of the Girly Girls to Storm E's Tomboy.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: Jewel admits in “Welcome to LALA Prep School” that she likes feuding with Storm E., but it’s not fun when Storm E. is in a bad mood. Storm E., on the other hand, feuds with Jewel only because she wanted to mock her shoes.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Spiders in "Eight Legged Friend". She grows out of it by befriending the spider in her house.

    Dot Starlight
Click here  to see her as a teenager.
Click here  to see her 2017 design.
A daydreamer who specializes in astronomy and science.
Made from: An Astronaut's Spacesuit
Voiced by: Marissa Tawiah, Madison Zamor (Search For Pillow), Julyza Commodore (Welcome To LALA Prep School), Maryke Hendrikse (We're Lalaloopsy)
Singing by: Shylo Sharity (We're Lalaloopsy)

    Bea Spells-A-Lot
Click here  to see her as a baby.
Click here  to see her as a teenager.
The resident smart girl of the gang.
Made from: A Schoolgirl's Uniform
Voiced by: Hayley Stone, Milena Elias-Reyes (Search For Pillow), Janice Kawaye (credited as Janice Roman Roku) (Welcome To LALA Prep School)

  • Ambiguous Disorder: Bea takes things literally at times, and while she is book smart, she isn't very street smart, and offers convoluted solutions to problems.
  • Bookworm: Seen curled up with a good book in her spare time.
  • Brainy Baby: Her baby self in "Lalaloopsy Babies" had the intellect her older self did.
  • Cute Bookworm: She enjoys reading, is intelligent, and cute.
  • Gossipy Hens: In "Welcome to LALA Prep School", she runs the school newspaper, which contains gossip around the school.
  • Innocent Blue Eyes: She most notably has blue eyes.
  • Literal-Minded: Once when Bea was told to put the record for most berries stuffed in one pancake, she actually put the aforementioned pancake in a book.
  • Little Professor Dialogue: Bea often uses big, fancy words.
  • The Owl-Knowing One: Her pet owl represents wisdom.
  • The Smart Girl: The smartest of the Lalaloopsies. She also acts as the Littles' teacher.