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Vignette Valencia
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Vignette Valencia in My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rollercoaster of Friendship
Kind Human
Sex Female
Occupation Public relations representative, social media celebrity, designer
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Eyes Light brilliant cornflower blue
Hair Gradient of grayish crimson to light magentaish gray with light gray streaks
Skin Very light yellow
Nicknames V
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Tiny oak leaf
Voice Tegan Moss (English)
Susa Saukko (Finnish)
Peggy Pollow (German)
Marta Burdynowicz (Polish)[1]
Tatyana Shitova (Russian)

Vignette Valencia is a female human who appears as the main antagonist in the Equestria Girls hour-long special Rollercoaster of Friendship. She is a social media celebrity in charge of the grand opening of the Equestria Land theme park.

Development and design

Vignette Valencia resembles Kettle Corn.

A "vignette", from the French for "little vine", is a term used in photography, entertainment, and literature. It can be a form of photographic focusing, a short comedy sketch, or a short scene or account of something, such as a short story. Valencia is the name of a community in Spain as well as several locations in the United States. It is also the name of a type of orange, foreshadowing her opposition to Applejack.​[​dubious – discuss‍​]​

Depiction in Equestria Girls

Equestria Girls: Rollercoaster of Friendship

Vignette Valencia first appears in Rollercoaster of Friendship overseeing the costume designs for Equestria Land's nighttime light parade, but her overbearing demands cause her costume designer to quit. While indulging in some "stress salad", her cell phone gets enchanted by Equestrian magic, allowing her to digitize anything she takes a picture of and project a hologram of it.

Vignette hires Rarity to be the new costume designer for the light parade, and the two grow close over their shared passions, causing Applejack to become jealous. When Vignette learns Rarity and her friends are in a band, she decides to make them the centerpiece of the parade. However, her vision for the band involves changing its name and drastically altering the girls' public image. When Fluttershy and Rainbow Dash disagree with Vignette's vision, she digitizes them and captures them inside her phone.

When Applejack realizes what Vignette is doing, she confronts Vignette but fails to convince her friends of the truth, eventually resulting in a heated falling-out between her and Rarity. The rest of the girls know Applejack would never lie, but Vignette captures them as well before they can oppose her. With most of the Rainbooms digitized, Vignette takes over as the lead band member and replaces the Rainbooms members with holograms. Rarity soon learns the truth about Vignette's motives and escapes before Vignette can digitize her as well.

After Applejack and Rarity make amends and discover their friends were simply teleported into a small, white room, they confront Vignette together during the light parade before she can use her phone to teleport the whole crowd (who were booing her poor singing abilities). They transform and power up, and Rarity uses their combined power to destroy Vignette's phone. In the aftermath, Rarity convinces Vignette that success and popularity should never come at the cost of one's friends, and she and Applejack offer Vignette true friendship.

Better Together/Choose Your Own Ending

In the second season short Festival Looks, Vignette appears in a computer video call profile picture. In season two of the Choose Your Own Ending shorts, Vignette is a possible ending in the short Inclement Leather, in which she inspires Rarity to set a "RainHairDon'tCare" trend after Rarity calls her for help during a fashion emergency. In the Fluttershy ending of The Road Less Scheduled, Fluttershy mentions that Vignette introduced her to the band Skull Cruncher after they went to "Equestria World".

Equestria Girls: Holidays Unwrapped

In the segment "Dashing Through the Mall", Vignette makes a background appearance standing at a line in the Canterlot Mall.


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As a social media celebrity, Vignette Valencia is portrayed as considerably vain, only caring about her social status and popularity. She bears the personal philosophy of "B.Y.B.B. - Be yourself, but better." She also has a tendency of peppering her speech with faux-French words, such as pronouncing "magic" as "magique". She is also overly controlling, trying to force the Rainbooms to change their styles. As a result of being corrupted by Equestrian magic, Vignette is very indifferent about others' well-being, not caring what happens to those she digitizes with her phone.


"B.Y.B.B. Be yourself, but better."
— Repeated line, My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rollercoaster of Friendship
"I need a stress salad!"
My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rollercoaster of Friendship
"My name is Vignette Valencia, and to answer your first question, yes, I'm that "Vignette", but no, I do not think I'm better than you just because I have three million followers on Snapgab."
My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rollercoaster of Friendship
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"Hey, neighsayers gonna neigh."
My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rollercoaster of Friendship
"Getting what I want is what I do best."
My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rollercoaster of Friendship
"Oh, honey, delusional isn't your color. You're an autumn."
— To Applejack, My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rollercoaster of Friendship
"Blah-blah-blah, O.M.G., I'm boring myself to death just talking about this stuff."
My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rollercoaster of Friendship
"Pretend I just gave you an inspiring speech and get back to work!"
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"I have three million followers, but no real friends. How pathetic is that?"
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Vignette Valencia image gallery


  1. Marta Burdynowicz on Instagram (Polish) (2018-09-02). Retrieved on 2018 September 3.