Cartoon Network reveals latest celebrities to revoice fourth Powerpuff Girl

Published on: 30th October 2017

Britain’s Got Talent judge Alesha Dixon will star as the voice of Bliss for the UK.

Platinum-selling Lebanese singer Nancy Ajram will voice Bliss for the Middle East.

These two complete the line-up of 15 super-powered celebrities across international markets to lend their voices to the fourth Powerpuff Girl who appears in a five-episode special entitled The Powerpuff Girls: Power of Four.

Other local celebrities recently named as the voice of Bliss include: French comedian, actress and TV personality, Claudia Tagbo; Polish actress, singer and TV personality, Patricia Kazadi; Swedish singer, dancer and actress Nova Miller; Danish YouTuber, Julia Sofie Aastrup; South Africa’s hip pop sensation Toya Delazy, who stars as the character across Africa; and Australian YouTuber Wengie, who has voiced the character for Australia and New Zealand.

Lesley Bailey, VP, channel marketing & brand management, Turner EMEA Kids, commented: “As the original ambassadors of girl power, The Powerpuff Girls are already steeped in pop-culture. Localising this new character with celebrity artists connects us to our fans all over the world on a local level – not only girls and kids, but millennial women and mums too. These are amazingly talented and creative women and we’re excited to be partnering with them on this new role.”


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