| Diamond Tiara|
(Diamond Dazzle Tiara)
|Eyes||Brilliant cornflower blue|
|Mane||¤ Pale, light grayish violet with white streaks|
|Nicknames||Di, Dt (The Periodic Table of My Little Pony)|
|Relatives||Filthy Rich (father)|
Spoiled Rich (mother)
Stinkin' Rich (great-grandfather)
| Cutie mark|
|Voice||Chantal Strand (English)|
Christa Lips (Dutch)
Marielle Ostrowski (European French, seasons 1-2)
Tania Garbarski (European French, seasons 3-6)
Jill Bottcher (German, season 1)
Anne Helm (German, season 2)
Ilona Molnar (Hungarian)
Yumi Uchiyama (Japanese, seasons 1-2)
Rena Koba (Japanese, season 3)
Bang Yeon-ji (Korean)
Aeen Rahman (Malaysian, S1E12)
Monika Wierzbicka (Polish)
Rita Almeida (Brazilian Portuguese, season 1)
Flora Paulita (Brazilian Portuguese, season 2)
Anca Sigmirean (Romanian)
Larisa Brokhman (Russian, season 1)
Elena Chebaturkina (Russian, seasons 2-3)
Olga Shorokhova (Russian, season 4)
Lina Ivanova (Russian, season 5)
Andrea Arruti (Latin American Spanish)
Lizette Pålsson (Swedish)
Natalya Romanko (Ukrainian, season 1, S2E6, S2E12, season 4)
Yulia Perenchuk (Ukrainian, S2E23, S3E4)
Daryna Muraschenko (Ukrainian, season 5)
|Cathy Boquet (European French)|
Nancy Philippot (European French, S4E12)
Lada Maris (Russian, S4E12)
Diamond Tiara is a female school-age Earth pony and minor antagonist who first appears in Call of the Cutie. She and Silver Spoon are classmates of the Cutie Mark Crusaders. She is called Diamond Dazzle Tiara in some merchandise.
DevelopmentChantal Strand tweeted on April 7, 2014 "Reading the latest #MLP script for next recording session! *Spoiler Alert* Diamond Tiara’s mean." On December 8, 2014, Chantal Strand mentioned on Facebook "you all might be seeing another side of DT soon", in reference to Crusaders of the Lost Mark.
Depiction in the series
Season oneMost of Diamond Tiara's appearances involve her making fun of others and acting superior and snobbish. In Call of the Cutie, Diamond Tiara makes her first appearance alongside Silver Spoon, inviting Apple Bloom and Twist to her cute-ceañera to celebrate her recently earned cutie mark.
- "I mean, waiting for your cutie mark is sooo last week. You got yours, I just got mine. We all have them already. [gasp] I mean, almost all of us have them already."
- — Diamond Tiara
At the cute-ceañera, Apple Bloom tries to hide her lack of a cutie mark by covering her flank with a tablecloth, insisting that she doesn't want to steal attention away from the party's guest of honor. However, when she accidentally exposes her "blank flank", Diamond Tiara and Silver Spoon immediately make fun of her. Apple Bloom is soon joined by two other blank flanks named Scootaloo and Sweetie Belle. The teasing ends as Twilight Sparkle and Applejack explain that being a blank flank means that one has not yet discovered one's true potential. Diamond Tiara later stands alongside Silver Spoon in the stairway, watching the other ponies play games and upset at no longer being the center of attention.
Diamond Tiara appears again with Silver Spoon on stage at the talent show in The Show Stoppers.
Season twoIn The Return of Harmony Part 1, Diamond Tiara takes part in the field trip and listens to Cheerilee's lecture. In The Cutie Pox, Diamond Tiara tries to prove that Apple Bloom's newly acquired cutie mark is fake. She asks Cheerilee if it is possible for a pony to have two cutie marks, and she appears jealous of Apple Bloom's loopty-hooping talents.
Diamond Tiara appears again in Family Appreciation Day alongside her father Filthy Rich. When she visits Sweet Apple Acres with her father, she points out Granny Smith's odd behavior to Apple Bloom and tells her how humiliating it would be if Granny Smith spoke to her class. After Granny Smith impresses Apple Bloom's class with her presentation of how she helped found Ponyville, Diamond Tiara openly denigrates her. At the end of the episode, her father forces her to participate in singing to the water cans, much to her frustration.Diamond Tiara makes a background appearance in Hearts and Hooves Day, in which "Princess Erroria" gives her a Hearts and Hooves Day card. In Ponyville Confidential, she becomes the editor-in-chief of the Ponyville Schoolhouse's Foal Free Press newsletter. She appoints the Cutie Mark Crusaders as writers for the gossip column. Diamond Tiara is impressed by the Crusaders' gossip articles and calls the gossip column her "bread and butter". When the Cutie Mark Crusaders consider resigning to avoid hurting ponies' feelings, Diamond Tiara blackmails them into continuing with embarrassing photos. At the end of the episode, Cheerilee strips Diamond Tiara of her position, replacing her with Featherweight and demoting her to printing press operator.
Season threeIn One Bad Apple, Diamond Tiara and Silver Spoon mock the Cutie Mark Crusaders' float for the Summer Harvest Parade. Apple Bloom's cousin Babs Seed joins them in bullying the Crusaders until they save her from a sabotaged float. Before Babs leaves Ponyville, Diamond Tiara bemoans her and Silver Spoon being left with the "blank flanks". Babs thus turns on them and threatens to tell their mothers about their behavior. In fear, Diamond Tiara and Silver Spoon fall in a mud puddle, and Diamond Tiara's tiara lands on a pig's head.
Season fourDiamond Tiara and Silver Spoon appear in Flight to the Finish. They compete for the honor of being the Ponyville flag bearers in the Equestria Games. Realizing that the Crusaders might win with their routine, they decide to undermine Scootaloo's confidence by mocking her inability to fly. In the end, the Crusaders win the right to be flag bearers, to Diamond Tiara and Silver Spoon's displeasure.
Diamond Tiara appears again in Pinkie Pride and has a singing role during Pinkie the Party Planner, where she grudgingly admits Pinkie Pie did a good job planning her cute-ceañera. Before her lines, Silver Spoon walks out of a cafe with a chocolate milkshake; Diamond Tiara pushes her own ice cream off the table and steals it. However, Silver Spoon takes it back while Diamond Tiara is singing.
She and Silver Spoon appear very briefly in a crowd shot in Simple Ways.In Twilight Time, Diamond Tiara and Silver Spoon learn of the Crusaders' "Twilight Time", their personal learning sessions with Princess Twilight, and ask to come along. After this initial encounter, Diamond and Silver tell the rest of their classmates about Twilight Time and pressure the Crusaders into letting them spend time with Twilight as well. When the Crusaders later try to exclude Diamond and the others from Twilight Time, Diamond and Silver lead the other foals to the Golden Oak Library against their wishes.
When the Crusaders are unable to perform the tasks they'd been learning during Twilight Time, Diamond mocks them, saying they aren't Twilight's "entourage" any more. At this, Twilight remarks that none of the other foals came to Twilight Time to learn, and Diamond leaves the library in disappointment among her classmates.
Diamond Tiara makes a brief appearance alongside Filthy Rich in Inspiration Manifestation. She and Silver Spoon make a cameo appearance along with various ponies in the end of Twilight's Kingdom - Part 2 to see the newly formed Castle of Friendship.
Diamond Tiara appears alongside Silver Spoon in Bloom & Gloom during Apple Bloom's first dream. The two of them tease Apple Bloom for having the "lamest cutie mark ever." Later in the episode, Diamond Tiara, along with other townsfolk, starts running from a Twittermite infestation that's destroying Ponyville.Diamond shows a significant change of heart in Crusaders of the Lost Mark. She begins the episode by running against Pipsqueak for class president, but when she loses, she is berated by her mother Spoiled Rich. After the Crusaders spy on her soliloquizing, they invite her to their clubhouse. Upon hearing Pipsqueak reveal that there is not enough money in the budget to repair the school playground, she runs off to the school seemingly to call out Pipsqueak and reclaim her place as class president. When Spoiled Rich berates her again, Diamond Tiara stands up to her mother and has her pass a note along to her father. Her father provides enough money to repair the school playground, and she helps guide the other foals in fixing it. At the end, she is the first to comment on the CMCs' new cutie marks, calling them "amazing".
Season sixIn On Your Marks during Out On My Own, Diamond Tiara appears along with Silver Spoon and "Peach Fuzz" baking a pie. She also appears in A Hearth's Warming Tail.
In The Cart Before the Ponies, Diamond Tiara appears at the Ponyville Schoolhouse, and she takes part in the Applewood Derby with her butler Randolph. In The Fault in Our Cutie Marks, Diamond Tiara briefly appears with Silver Spoon and Pipsqueak near Ponyville town hall.
Season sevenIn Forever Filly, a picture of Diamond Tiara appears on a wall in the Crusaders' clubhouse alongside pictures of other ponies whose cutie mark problems they helped with. In Parental Glideance, she and her classmates applaud Scootaloo on her school report. In Fame and Misfortune, Diamond Tiara briefly appears in line outside the school for a copy of Twilight's friendship journal. In It Isn't the Mane Thing About You, Diamond Tiara is seen shopping for Mare's Day flowers for her mother with Filthy Rich.
In The Last Crusade, Diamond Tiara appears first in Cheerilee's class and later at the CMC appreciation party, where she waves at the crusaders when Aunt Holiday and Auntie Lofty explain their accomplishments. Her cutie mark appears on Auntie Lofty's quilt.
In The Ending of the End - Part 2, Diamond Tiara appears with her parents and other Earth ponies as Ponyville closes itself off from the other pony races. In The Last Problem, Diamond Tiara briefly appears as a fully grown mare in future Ponyville and also as a filly in Rarity's group shot during The Magic of Friendship Grows.
Depiction in the comics
In IDW Publishing's comic series, Diamond Tiara appears on My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Issue #8 page 12 during Ponyville's battle against the Nightmare Forces. On Issue #9 pages 13–15 and 24, she and Silver Spoon give "advice" to ponies at the Summer Wrap-Up Festival. Of Issue #30, she appears on cover A. In the Issue #30-31 story arc Ponyville Days, Diamond Tiara takes part in a conflict between two Ponyville factions alongside her father. In the Issue #38-39 story arc Don't You Forget About Us, she gets lost with Silver Spoon, the Cutie Mark Crusaders, Snips, and Snails while searching for a mythical bird. In Issue #46, she appears on pages 5, 19, and 20. In Issue #47, Diamond Tiara confides in Apple Bloom that her father has less time for her after being elected mayor of Ponyville. On Issue #52 pages 8-9, she appears in Cheerilee's class when Shadow Lock's magic causes the Mane-iac to appear in the real world.
On My Little Pony: Friends Forever Issue #9 page 3, Diamond Tiara appears as an attendant of Apple Con 45. In Issue #16, she and Silver Spoon compete against the Cutie Mark Crusaders in a scavenger hunt with the help of filly investigator Prancy Drew. On My Little Pony: Ponyville Mysteries Issue #3 page 5, Diamond Tiara clears her father of suspicion of starting a fire at the Ponyville Retirement Village.
In My Little Pony: Spirit of the Forest Issue #1, Diamond Tiara assists in the cleanup of White Tail Woods, encouraging the other volunteers. She later admits to Sweetie Belle that the Woods are very dear to her, as she has a lot of good memories spent with her family there. In Issue #2, Diamond overhears the Crusaders talking about her father's lumber mill tearing down the forest, and voices her disapproval of his actions. She also ends up giving the three an idea by wishing that the Spirit of the woods is real. In Issue #3, she visits the dejected Crusaders after their attempts to stop Filthy Rich have failed, and offers to help them. After a walk through the woods, she takes Rich to her great-grandmother's old cabin, reminding him of all the fond memories there. She eventually convinces him to plant a tree for every one that is cut down, thereby preserving the forest.
Diamond Tiara appears in the Ponyville Mysteries books Schoolhouse of Secrets and The Tail of the Timberwolf, accusing Lilymoon of enchanting the schoolhouse classroom in the former and hailing her as a hero in the latter.
Diamond Tiara appears in a photograph in episode 4 of Baby Flurry Heart's Heartfelt Scrapbook, "Cutie Mark Magic".
My Little Pony mobile game description
The daughter of Filthy Rich, Diamond Tiara is a pretentious pony who usually gets [her just deserts./what she deserves]
Future Diamond Tiara:
It isn't ours to speculate on Diamond Tiara's future, but we'd bet she gets pretty heavily into both friendship and philanthropy -- and means it, too!
The Elements of Harmony guidebook
DIAMOND TIARA and SILVER SPOON believe that money and expensive baubles can buy happiness. Together, the pretentious pair enjoy teasing young ponies who haven't gotten their cutie marks.
Volume II guidebook
DIAMOND TIARA likes only the finest of things. She enjoys poking fun at ponies she thinks are lacking and behind the times. Rude. Someday she'll learn that putting ponies down won't make her feel better about herself.
- See also: Character appearances
|Y||At least one appearance where the character is the focus of a shot|
|S||At least one appearance where the character is the focus of a shot, without spoken dialogue or narration|
|B||Background appearance or an appearance where the character is not the focus|
|F||At least one appearance where the character is only in a flashback or fantasy-setting|
|P||No physical appearance, but appears in a photo, drawing, or figure|
|M||No appearance, but a mention by name or title|
|N||No appearance and no mention by name or title|
MerchandiseA Diamond Dazzle Tiara miniature collectible is included in the Class of Cutie Marks Set with Apple Bloom and Applejack. A brushable toy of her has been displayed at the 2013 New York Toy Fair, and is to be released as part of the Toys "R" Us exclusives arriving in-store summer 2013.
PersonalityDiamond Tiara is generally shown to be rude, shallow, stuck up, sarcastic, and nasty. Her closest (if not only) friend appears to be Silver Spoon, who often acts as a follower and is usually seen by her side. She sees those without their cutie marks as inferior and tauntingly refers to them as "blank flanks". Despite the Cutie Mark Crusaders often being the subject of her ridicule, she will try to "befriend" them if something is in it for her, as seen in Twilight Time. She also encourages their stories in Ponyville Confidential, but later resorts to blackmailing them when they try to resign.
In Crusaders of the Lost Mark, Diamond Tiara's bullying ways and views toward "blank flanks" are revealed to be a result of her upbringing by her mother Spoiled Rich, who harbors an equal if not deeper contempt for the common social class. Though Diamond Tiara acts according with her mother's teachings, she secretly wants to be better. After standing up to her mother, she displays a friendlier and more generous side, donating money to the school and guiding other ponies through her natural-born leadership.
- "Bump, bump, sugarlump, rump!"
- — With Silver Spoon, multiple episodes
- "I don't know why we had to sit through a lecture about getting a cutie mark. I mean, waiting for your cutie mark is sooo last week."
- — Call of the Cutie
- "This is my party! Everypony is supposed to be paying attention to me!"
- — Call of the Cutie
- "Miss Cheerilee, have you ever heard of a pony with two cutie marks?"
- — The Cutie Pox
- "Alright, listen up. The Foal Free Press is a joke. Nopony at this school takes it seriously. Well I, the editor-in-chief in charge, am going to deliver us to new found glory!"
- — Ponyville Confidential
- "Feelings? I don't care about feelings! Gabby Gums is my bread and butter, and I'm not gonna let you goody-two-horseshoes take that away from me!"
- — Ponyville Confidential
- "Come on, Babs, you should hang with us. You know, the cool ponies, not these babies."
- — One Bad Apple
- "Too cool for mule, Babs!"
- — One Bad Apple
- "Now, now, everypony! Demanding time with the princess as an unruly mob simply won't do. Might I suggest you get organized through us, the Cutie Mark Crusaders' nearest and dearest friends?"
- — Twilight Time
- "A vote for Diamond Tiara is a vote for more Diamond Tiara!"
- — Crusaders of the Lost Mark
- "These are the Cutie Mark Crusaders, and they are my friends! You need to stop calling them such mean and hurtful names! They are working harder to get their cutie marks than anypony I've ever seen! And they will get them exactly when they discover their true talent, which I guarantee will be amazing!"
- — To Spoiled Rich, Crusaders of the Lost Mark
- "It's your cutie marks! They're amazing!"
- — Crusaders of the Lost Mark
- "My daddy promised me he'd have more time for me after the election. But he's more busy than ever! He likes to promise a lot of things... but he hardly ever lives up to those promises."
- — My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Issue #47
- "I want pictures! Pictures of ponies!"
- — Enterplay collectible card game card α #136 C "Foal Free Press"
- "Why didn't the airbags deploy? We should sue!"
- — Enterplay collectible card game Defenders of Equestria card #123 C "Eight Cart Pileup"
- Diamond Tiara and Silver Spoon (EG)
- This article's speculation page.
- Diamond Tiara on the Fan Wiki
- Diamond Tiara on the My Little Pony Gameloft Wiki
- Characters with a similar name: Diamond Cutter, Diamond Mint, Diamond Rose, Duchess Diamond Waves, Diamond Dogs, Double Diamond, Rough Diamond, and 'Black Diamond'.
- ↑ Tweet by Lauren Faust (2012-07-04). Retrieved on 2012 July 4.
- ↑ ChantalStrand: Reading the latest #MLP script .... Twitter (2014-04-07). Retrieved on 2014 April 9.
- ↑ Calpain (2014-12-08). Diamond Tiara Character Development in Season 5?. Equestria Daily. Retrieved on 2014 December 8.
- ↑ My Little Pony Friendship is Magic Class of Cutie Marks 3-Pack Apple Bloom, Diamond Dazzle Tiara & Applejack Pre-Order ships October. ToyWiz.com. Retrieved on 2012 September 19.
- ↑ My Little Pony From Toy Fair 2013. The Toyark (2013-02-09). Retrieved on 2013 February 10.
- ↑ Timeline Photos. Facebook (2013-02-09). Retrieved on 2013 February 10.