Bridget releases her trolls while the Chef is not looking. Poppy reciprocates her feelings for the two, but will not let her sacrifice herself for Bridget. The trolls tell the Bergens that Bridget is Lady Glittersparkles and they have fallen in love already. Poppy also reciprocates Branch’s feelings for Bridget, and she refuses to let her sacrifice herself for Bridget.
Queen Poppy, the voice of Queen Trolls in the popular animated series, is sarcastic, but a wise troll. She is in love with Gristle, a boy who is in love with her. The Trolls offer to help her in return for not eating her, but she refuses because she thinks her singing got her grandmother eaten. Eventually, Branch decides to help her out.
In the episode, Queen Poppy tries to give Branch a high-five, but he doesn’t understand her. Queen Poppy tries to give Branch a high-five, but Branch keeps her playfully hanging. She doesn’t get offended, and she’s glad to see Branch come out of her shell. In the following episode, she and Branch finally reach Bergen Town.
When you meet Poppy, you’ll find her wearing a blue dress and a purple and blue bracelet. She also loves glitter and can’t seem to stop herself from spraying it on anyone. Queen Poppy has sprayed glitter on several characters, including Branch and King Gristle Jr. twice in Trolls, and even Queen Barb in Trolls World Tour. She has many other outfits, including a green one with blue flowers and purple and blue bracelets.
Like all Trolls, Poppy is overly energetic. Sometimes she tries too hard to be a good queen and her actions have tragic consequences. In Trolls, she betrays her fellow queen Creek, while Bridget becomes mad at her for betraying her. As a result, Poppy’s desire to be a good person has gone too far for some characters in 2D and 3D media.
The title Queen Smidge of Bridget Trolls was given to her by her father, Gristle. It is an allusion to the original Bridget Troll who had been killed by Trolls. Smidge’s singing voice is a baritone, similar to a bass. She attempts to mimic her ancestors’ illusions, but cannot pull them off. She notes that this lack of ability stems from her parents’ focus on physical strength.
Although she is not aggressive, Smidge is very stubborn and will often use violent means to solve her problems. However, she can also be cute and is eager to join in the fun of other Trolls. When paired with Guy Diamond, she reveals a mischievous side and is not above making fun of other Trolls. She can be very loud and emotional. In addition, she can be very demanding.
In the original Trolls series, Queen Smidge was the scullery maid. Later, she would marry Gristle Jr., and they become queens of the Bergens. She was first introduced in the Trolls film, but later made appearances in other media as well. In the Trolls World Tour, she made an appearance. She is based on the fairytale Cinderella.
Queen Smidge of Bridget is a fictional character. She is a Troll who lives in a human-like realm. She is a human-like character who falls in love with another Troll. Queen Smidge also has an affinity for food, and her culinary skills are excellent. She is a prankster, and she has a sweet tooth. The Trolls have a tendency to make bad decisions, and Bridget is no exception.
The trolls, known as the Bridget Trolls, are the rulers of the Bridget Islands. Their ruler is Prince Gristle, a surly twenty-something Troll who was dethroned by angry subjects when he was young. The Queen Barbs of Bridget are a group of four trolls. Queen Barbs wear hoop earrings on both ears.
While Poppy is imprisoned, Barb forces her captives to attend a rock concert. In order to do this, Barb uses her guitar’s magic strings. This turns her captives into Rock Zombies. Branch tries to rescue Poppy, but Poppy blocks out the music by grabbing a gumdrop. After Poppy smashes Barb’s guitar, she realizes that the strings are gone, and the music ceases. The guitar strings turn all the Trolls gray.
When Poppy invites the Trolls to become best friends, the Queen takes it as an insult. As a result, she sends out four sets of bounty hunters to find the three. Poppy and Cooper attempt to make friends and become best buds, but this fails. Then, the Trolls go on a quest to discover who their real ancestors are. They eventually find out that the Queen is Queen Barbs of Bridget, a Troll who is the true ancestor of all trolls.
The trolls were originally united, but they soon grew intolerant of each other’s music and decided to hide their own. The Trolls’ ancestors came up with six different musical groups. While they were once one, they soon started to rebel against each other, and the Trolls were forced to leave the island. While they were all reunited, they are forced to live together in isolation. Barb, however, has a few tricks up her sleazy ways. Despite her efforts to stop the trolls, Poppy and Branch are soon forced to join forces with Country Troll Hickory to save the Trolls.
The title of the book is quite clever, as it’s the first time we’ve seen this troll queen! Poppy, the Queen of the Bergens, is a character with a very interesting backstory. She’s a Troll who is a bit cynical, and she tries to cheer her up by singing to her, but she doesn’t take it well. As a result, Poppy rejects her singing and the Trolls have no way to remember her. After all, they’re both trolls! So, it’s not surprising that Branch scoffs at Poppy, because she can’t understand her!
When she realizes that Bridget has fallen in love with Gristle, the Trolls offer to help her in return for her help. But Branch isn’t willing to sing, thinking that singing got her grandmother eaten. She finally decides to join the Trolls. In return, Bridget and Gristle are reunited. Branch has a hard time letting go of her beloved.
In the end, Branch realizes that he’s in love with Poppy and that they’re more than just friends. He also sees her as her “nightmare” – because she’s happy and poppy is serious. She’s confused by Branch’s happiness but eventually comes to understand. She also helps Branch solve some of the problems that arise in her life. She is also happy to see her partner making the effort to get closer to her.
Meanwhile, Chef attempts to eat Branch, but Branch saves her and they get caught by the Trolls! After the battle, they’re forced to dance with the Bergens and become Queen Branch of Bridget trolls. The Trolls then make peace with the Bergens and Branch regains her true blue color and hope! If you’re looking for a new adventure, this is the book for you!
King Gristle Jr.
As the heir to the position of the first Troll, King Gristle Jr. has the responsibility of tasting the Trolls and ensuring their safety. He has a crocodile named Barnebis as a pet, a stuffed Wing-Dingle, and his own bed, the same color as his Troll bib. In addition to being the oldest Bergen in town, King Gristle Jr. is the only Bergen confirmed to not have eaten a Troll.
In the second film, King Gristle Jr. takes a scullery maid by the name of Bridget and serves it to the King. Bridget, who is in love with King Gristle Jr., also serves as the guard for the Trolls. They rescue the Trolls, but only after a long battle. Bridget and Gristle Jr. end up rescuing the last Troll, a Zen-like creature who is imprisoned in a jewel on the king’s mantle.
After the second film, the trolls return to the Bergens, where Gristle ascended to the throne. The original Prince Gristle was dethroned by the trolls, and his son, who was only five, takes his place. The movie’s cast features John Cleese as King Harold, a former Troll. He recorded all his lines in one day.
In the third film in the series, The Trolls: The King Gristle Sr.’s Son, King Gristle Jr. is his love interest of Bridget and the future husband of her. The third film in the series, The Trolls: Prince Gristle, is another major character in the franchise. He was his lover of Bridget. In addition, he is the son of King Gristle Sr.