|“||Behold your saviors, The Powerpuff Girls, here to stamp out crime and villainy and bring safety to all!||„|
|~ Blossom in Town and Out.|
Blossom is the leader of the Powerpuff Girls and one of the three main protagonists of the The Powerpuff Girls franchise. Among the girls, she was named first.
In the 2016 reboot version of The Powerpuff Girls, she is voiced by Amanda Leighton, who also voices Polly Plantar from the TV show Amphibia and Queen Poppy from the animated film Trolls: The Beat Goes On!.
Blossom is described as a 5-year-old girl with straight orange hair and bright pink eyes, and wears a bright pink dress which has a black stripe in the middle. She wears a large red bow on the top of her head, a heart shaped hairclip at the back of her head, and white socks with black Mary Jane shoes with her dress.
Her personality ingredient is "everything nice". Blossom is the leader of the Powerpuff Girls and the oldest of the trio. Blossom is strong and mature and makes a majority of the girls' strategies when they fight crime.
She is also protective of her sisters Bubbles and Buttercup and will help them if they are in danger. Aside from being strong and smart, Blossom never gives up and is determined to stop her enemies at all costs.
As the smartest member and self-proclaimed leader of the Powerpuff Girls, she is often seen as the most mature, level-headed and composed member of the group. She can also be fussy, overbearing, vain, and overly analytical at times.
She tends to "mother" Bubbles and Buttercup, and often tries to play peacemaker between the two if they fight, but ironically she is quick to argue with Buttercup who acts on impulse as opposed to her analytical nature.
She is naturally caring to mainly her sisters, but also the Professor as well. In "A Very Special Blossom," we are shown a darker side to Blossom when she resorts to stealing the Pro-Excellence 2000 Golf Clubs for the Professor who later says it's his fault for putting too much value in a material item instead of the love for the Girls.
For this, her first (and fortunately only) offense, Blossom was sentenced to 200 hours of community service, which was a harsh reminder to her and to all that crime doesn't pay.
Blossom is shown to lavish intellect-enhancing toys and is often seen, in her free time, curled up with a good book.
In the episode "Power-Noia" Blossom has nightmares about failing a test for which she forgot to study, only to find out that HIM is behind the girls' nightmares. The same episode establishes that Blossom is the smartest girl in Townsville 1998-2007.
In addition, Blossom is also the one behind the strategies and plans that the Girls themselves often use in battle.
After the girls were created in The Powerpuff Girls Movie, Professor named her Blossom for speaking freely and honesty to him, and for being the first to speak (especially to him).
Her personality ingredient is "everything nice," and her signature color is pink. She also stated in an interview for The Powerpuff Girls Movie that she finds inspiration from female superheroes.
- Blossom is the smartest girl in the Powerpuff Girls.
- Blossom had a love issue with Brick when they met and in The City of Clipsville. It's unknown if she still has feelings for Brick.
- In Beauty, Brains and Brawn, Blossom is described to be the Brains.