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chipettes
The first character designs for the Chipettes were drafted by Corny Cole for their 1983 debut. These were later revamped by Sandra Berez for The Chipmunk Adventure and the later seasons of the show.
The Chipettes are a fictional group of three female anthropomorphic chipmunk singers first appearing on the cartoon series Alvin and the Chipmunks in 1983. In this and related materials, the Chipettes served as female featured characters in their own right, starring in numerous episodes. The title of the show was changed from Alvin and the Chipmunks to simply The Chipmunks in 1988 to reflect this. In the cartoon series and the accompanying feature films, all three of the Chipettes were voiced by their creator, Janice Karman, the wife of Ross Bagdasarian, Jr. (son of Ross Bagdasarian, Sr., the creator of The Chipmunks). Karman also wrote and voiced the Chipettes' dialogue on their studio albums, while studio singers such as Susan Boyd, Shelby Daniel, and Katherine Coon provided their singing voices.
Brittany is the lead singer and the oldest sister of the Chipettes, and is the female counterpart of Alvin. She has a great spirit and never gives up on her sisters. Brittany is often very sassy and vain, even to the point of not caring about the effect her actions have on those around her. She has auburn hair which is seen in a high ponytail, sky blue eyes, and her signature color is pink.
Jeanette is the middle sister of the Chipettes, and is the female counterpart of Simon. Jeanette has a high amount of intellect which she is often not afraid to use, and is considered the lovable klutz of the Chipettes. Her klutzy personality is shown in her outfits, and is often seen with her shoelaces untied, a strap on her dress shoulder crooked, etc. Like her counterpart Simon, she wears glasses due to her extremely poor eyesight. She is very shy and soft-spoken, and is often pushed around because of it. Jeanette has dark brown hair in a bun (changed to a ponytail in The Squeakquel and Chipwrecked), and her signature colors are purple and royal blue. In the 1983 TV series, Jeanette's eye color is sea green; however, in the live-action/CGI films, her eye color changed to purple.
Eleanor is the youngest of the Chipettes. She is considered the female counterpart of Theodore, but she is shown to be much more athletic. Out of the three Chipettes, she is the one who is most likely to willingly take part in a sports activity. Still, she is the chubbiest of the sisters due to her love for food. Eleanor is much less timid than Jeanette, and is always happy to stand up to Brittany when she thinks something is not right. She is also very creative, and likes to design and create clothes/costumes. Eleanor has blonde hair with twin pigtails, and her signature color is spring green. Her eyes were brown in the 1983 TV series, but the live-action/CGI films portray her to have green eyes.
The origins of the Chipettes can be traced to the 1982 Alvin and the Chipmunks album The Chipmunks Go Hollywood (RCA, 1981). On this album, Alvin sings a duet with a female character billed as Charlene the Chipette. Charlene is featured on the song "You're the One That I Want" from the soundtrack of the motion picture Grease. Charlene was depicted on the album cover as having a long, golden blonde ponytail, and seems to have been the basis for the later character of Brittany. She may have made a visual appearance in 1990, in Rockin' with the Chipmunks, where she danced and lip-synced in the music video for "Crocodile Rock" by Elton John, but that also might have been Brittany as she had that exact appearance on the inside cover of When You Wish Upon a Chipmunk.
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