- "Sometimes, I just can't help myself!"
- — Miss Naughty, The Mr. Men Show
Little Miss Naughty
2 (UK and US)
31 July 1981
- Colour: Purple
- Shape: Oval
- Gender: Female
- Personality: Impolite, Naughty, Unmannerly, Ill-Mannered, Disrespectful, Bad-mannered, Derisive, Irreverent, Rude.
- Hair: None (original version), Pink hair in curly puffs (2008 version)
- Family: None
- Friends: Mr. Mischief, Mr. Happy, Little Miss Sunshine, Little Miss Scary, Little Miss Trouble, Mr. Funny
- Rivals: None
- Occupation: Prankster, Con Artist
- Species: Shaped Human
- Likes: Pulling pranks on everybody
- Dislikes: Her Pranks backfiring on her
- Job: Playing jokes on people.
- Features: Green ribbon (original version), Light green bow (2008 version)
- Nationality: Bristolian (UK), Transylvanian/Romanian (US)
- Voice Actresses: Pauline Collins (1983), Jill Shilling (Mr. Men and Little Miss), Catherine Disher (US dub), Alicyn Packard (The Mr. Men Show (US broadcast)), Jo Wyatt (UK dub, Season 1), Teresa Gallagher (UK dub, Season 2)
- Catchphrase: Sometimes, I just can't help myself!
Little Miss Naughty likes playing practical jokes. She awakens one day, thinking it looks like a good day for being naughty. She knocks Mr. Uppity's hat off his head and jumps on it, breaks Mr. Clever's glasses, and runs off with Mr. Bump's bandages, and wrapping it on Mr. Small. The Mr. Men hold a meeting to decide what to do. Mr. Small meets with Mr. Impossible, who can make himself invisible, and each time Little Miss Naughty tries to do something naughty, Mr. Impossible tweaks her nose and it cures Little Miss Naughty of her naughtiness.
The Mr. Men Show
In the 2008 TV series The Mr. Men Show, she kept her purple color and shape, but now has curly pink hair, dark fuchsia nose, pink rosy cheeks, her bow is a lighter shade of green and is smaller and neater, and also has a Transylvanian accent in the U.S. version and a Bristol accent in the U.K version. Her catchphrase: "Sometimes I just can't help myself." On occasion, her pranks always backfire on her in every episode. In the US and UK Versions, she is voiced by Alicyn Packard and Jo Wyatt (Season 1), Teresa Gallagher (Season 2). She replaced Little Miss Trouble a week before the first The Mr Men Show episode aired. She is first seen in Music, which was her first speaking appearance, but her first speaking appearance in the US version was in Movies, but she is used as a cameo in the UK version.
- She is one of the three purple characters (The other 2 being Mr. Nervous and Mr. Stubborn) in The Mr. Men Show. In the books, she is one of the five purple characters.
- She is one of the many characters who wore a bow on her head (The other being Little Miss Curious & Little Miss Whoops Little Miss Tiny, Little Miss Fun, Little Miss Contrary, Little Miss Somersault, Little Miss Quick and Little Miss Hug).
- Her voice is similar to Magica De Spell from Ducktales.
- In Boats and Pirates, she is seen as a pirate.
- In Canned Goods, she is replacing snail can wrappers for the corn can wrappers.
- She has been seen with all characters (except Mr. Strong, Miss Helpful, Mr. Bounce, Mr. Lazy, Mr. Funny, Miss Bossy, Miss Giggles, Miss Magic, Miss Curious and Mr. Tall who haven't been seen with her so far)
- She was shadowed in Miss Curious's book and was also angry at her in that book.
- She was seen with Mr. Strong in the 1995 show though.
- She made Mr. Messy clean in Library.
- She turned Mr. Nervous's house into a jungle in Yard Work.
- In some fanons, it is said that she has a relationship with Mr. Rude.
- She is seen once with her hair in a pony tail (Sand & Surf).
- In Robots, she is with Mr. Metal (a robot that she created)
- She scared Mr. Nervous in Boats when she is pretending to be a shark.
- She is the only little miss who has pink hair, but she is the 2nd character with pink hair.
- Little Miss Whoops usually stops her pranks. (Canned Goods & Library)
- She was chased by a big purple frog in Science.
- She was a pirate in Boats & Pirates (along with Miss Scary that time).
- In Library, she is seen with a unibrow at some parts.
- She appears more in season 2 than season 1.
- She seems to have a crush on Mr. Bump. In "Dance", during Mr. Scatterbrain's square dance, she and Mr. Bump are seen dancing together, and on the "kick your partner in the rear" step, a heart appears above her head when she kicks Mr. Bump. In "Dance Dance Dance", during Mr. Nervous' safety message, the two are seen doing The Bump together. In "Out To Sea", during the commercial for Miss Sunshine's mermaid kit, she is seen running away with Mr. Bump.
- She got kissed and hugged by Mr. Fussy in Parade.
- In the US dub of Mr. Men and Little Miss, she speaks with a New Jersey accent. In the original UK broadcast, she spoke with a Birmingham accent.
- She seems to like money and may be a little greedy when it comes to money (seen in Canned Goods, Yard Work, and especially in Bugs.
- Her video is actually her first speaking appearance. (this also happened with Mr. Bounce and Miss Magic)
See Counterparts Wiki.
International publications & translations
This is a list of alternate titles for this book being published internationally.
- Madame Canaille (French)
- Dona Traviesilla (Castilian Spanish)
- Miss Traviesa (Latin Spanish)
- Unsere Ulla Ungezogen (German)
- Mevrouwtje Stout (Dutch)
- Menina Marota (Portuguese)
- Η κυρία Ατακτούλα (Greek)
- Mała Paskudka (Polish)
- Lille Frøken Fræk (Danish)
- Lille Frøken Ugagnskråke (Norwegian)
- Miss Csintalan (Hungarian)
- Мисс Проделка (Russian)
- 淘氣小姐 (Taiwan)
- いたずらっこちゃん (Japanese)
- 장난양 (Korean)
- คุณหนูซุกซน (Thai)
List of characters
This is a list of Mr. Men, Little Miss and other special characters that appear in this book.
- Mr. Uppity
- Mr. Clever
- Mr. Bump
- Mr. Small
- Mr. Greedy (on TV replacing Mr. Clever)
- Mr. Mean (with Little Miss Shy's hair) (on TV replacing Mr. Bump)
- Mr. Worry (on TV replacing Mr. Small)
- Mr. Impossible
- Mr. Nosey
- Mr. Busy
- Mr. Happy
- Mr. Jelly (on TV replacing Mr. Busy)
- Mr. Lazy (on TV replacing Mr. Happy)
- Mr. Tickle (cover) (says, "Naughty Girl!")
- Dr. Makeyouwell (on TV)
Title character other appearances
This is a list of other books that the title character has appeared in.
- Little Miss Wise
- Little Miss Curious (shadowed)
- Little Miss Vain
- Little Miss Sparkle
- Little Miss Christmas
- Mr. Perfect
- Mr. Birthday
- Mr. Marvelous
- The Joke Is On Little Miss Naughty (TV)
- Mr. Bump Goes On A Trip (TV)(cameo)
- Little Miss Naughty Goes Skiing (TV)
- Hello, Pizza Express (TV)
- Mr. Funny Puts on a Show (TV)
- What a Question, Little Miss Curious! (TV)
- Thank Goodness for Mr. Slow (TV)
- Little Miss Wise Goes To The Fun Fair (TV)
- Mr. Perfect Goes West (TV)
- Little Miss Naughty's Naughty Pranks
- Little Miss Naughty and the Good Fairy
- Mr. Men - Adventure in Space
- Mr. Men in London
- Mr. Men in Ireland
- The Mr. Men Road Trip
- Mr. Men - Adventure with Superheroes
- Mr. Men - Ready, Steady, Bake!
- Mr. Men go to School
Artwork from The Mr. Men Show
|The Mr. Men Show Characters|
|Season 1 Characters|
Little Miss Sunshine • Little Miss Naughty • Little Miss Scary • Mr. Lazy • Mr. Nervous • Mr. Messy • Mr. Quiet • Mr. Stubborn • Little Miss Helpful • Mr. Bounce • Mr. Small • Little Miss Chatterbox • Mr. Per(s)nickety (Mr. Fussy in Season 2) • Mr. Grumpy • Mr. Nosey • Mr. Scatterbrain • Mr. Happy • Mr. Bump • Mr. Rude • Little Miss Whoops • Mr. Noisy • Little Miss Calamity (Season 1 Only) • Little Miss Daredevil • Mr. Strong • Mr. Tickle