Smurfette (original French name Schtroumpfette) is one of the main characters of the Smurfs comic book series and cartoon show, who has appeared on the show throughout its entire run, appearing as the first female Smurf.
- Smurfette has been forced to marry various kinds of creatures throughout the show. These creatures range from Gnomes ("Gnoman Holiday" and "Smurfette For A Day") to an Imp ("Smurfette's Dancing Shoes").
- Smurfette has had a few short-lived crushes throughout the show, such as the Smurf story character "Don Smurfo" and Sir Lancelot in "The Smurfs of the Round Table".
- She is one of the most recognizable Smurf characters, along with Papa Smurf and others.
- Her character in the cartoon show was voiced by the late voice-acting veteran Lucille Bliss.
- Smurfette is voiced by Katy Perry in the 2011 live-action movie and its 2013 sequel. On the official site for the live action film, on the soundboard, one of the quotes is "I kissed a Smurf and I liked it." - which is a reference to a single of her voice actor, Katy Perry.
- Smurfette is voiced by Melissa Sturm (who provided voice work in Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs) inThe Smurfs: A Christmas Carol and The Smurfs: The Legend Of Smurfy Hollow video features.
- Chronologically speaking as far as Smurf history goes, Smurfette is actually not the first Smurfette, but rather Nanny is, and possible others prior.
- Smurfette appears as a smurfling in "Smurf van Winkle", although she looks nothing like Sassette.
- In both the comics and cartoon show, Smurfette didn't speak the Smurf language before she was transformed into a real Smurf.
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