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Trixie and the Illusions
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Trixie and the Illusions in My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks; from left to right: "Lavender Lace", Trixie Lulamoon, Fuschia Blush
Sex Female
Occupation Band
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Trixie and the Illusions are a student band that appears in the film My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks. The group consists of lead vocalist/electric guitarist Trixie Lulamoon and backup vocalists/sampler players "Lavender Lace" and Fuschia Blush.

Design and development

The band name "Trixie and the Illusions" first appeared in a Hasbro Australia presentation slide in September 2013.[1]

"Lavender Lace" has a color scheme and hairstyle similar to those of Cloud Kicker and "Cloudy Kicks" and a color scheme similar to that of Issue 20 Unnamed Mare - Olivia Dunham.

According to Rainbow Rocks co-director Ishi Rudell, "Lavender Lace" and Fuschia Blush were not named in the film's script.[2] Fuschia Blush is named by "fuschiablush_rr_char_img.png"[3] in an image directory formerly on Hasbro's Equestria Girls website.[4]

Depiction in Equestria Girls

In My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks, Trixie and the Illusions compete in the Canterlot High School Musical Showcase against several rivaling bands, including the Rainbooms and the Dazzlings, and perform the song Tricks Up My Sleeve. In the second round of the competition, they eliminate the pianist duo Lyra Heartstrings and Sweetie Drops and face the Rainbooms in the semifinals.

When the Dazzlings manipulate Principal Celestia and Vice Principal Luna into advancing the Rainbooms to the finals, Trixie and the Illusions—at the Dazzlings' encouragement—ambush the Rainbooms during their rehearsal and trap them beneath the amphitheater stage. With the Rainbooms having apparently forfeited, Trixie and her band are able to play in their place.

Trixie's bandmates are last seen performing Tricks Up My Sleeve a second time in the Battle of the Bands' final round.

In My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Friendship Games, "Lavender Lace" briefly appears in a crowd shot of students at the end of the academic decathlon.

Songs performed

Other depictions

IDW comics

On My Little Pony: Nightmare Knights Issue #2 page 16, Trixie mentions "Trixie and the Illusions."​[​specify​]​

Chapter books

Trixie's band is first indirectly mentioned in the My Little Pony: Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks screenplay novelization of the film's first eight animated shorts. When Rainbow Dash and her friends consider forming a band, Trixie overhears and states, "I'm going to start a band and I'm going to be the star because the Great and Powerful Trixie is the most fantastic singer of all!" She later receives criticism during the Spring Fling for not having any bandmates.

Trixie and the Illusions appear in the film's screenplay novelization Rainbow Rocks: The Mane Event as they appear in the film. Trixie's band members are not individually named, referred to only by band name.


Trixie and the Illusions are featured in Hasbro's online game V.I.F.


Trixie and the Illusions appear on stickers in the panorama sticker storybook My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks![5]


"What's shaking?"
— Fuschia Blush, V.I.F.
— "Lavender Lace", V.I.F.


My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks

My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Friendship Games



  1. Ossie (2014-04-04). EqG Rainbow Rocks Early Concept Art + Rival Band Name. All About MLP Merch. Retrieved on 2016 April 14.
  2. Ishi Rudell (2015-11-11). @ImperfectXIII Nuh-uh. Twitter. Retrieved on 2016 April 14.
  3. fuschiablush_rr_char_img.png. Hasbro. Archived from the original on 2017-01-22. Retrieved on 2017 January 22.
  4. Index of /images/girls/rr. Hasbro. Retrieved on 2017 January 22.
  5. My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks! (Panorama Sticker Storybook). Retrieved on 2015 October 17.