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Lana Loud is one of the ten deuteragonists of the Loud House. She is the fourth-youngest child in the Loud Family and is Lola Loud's twin sister. While, she likes to do gross things, she still has a heart of gold.

Why She Rocks

  1. She, along with Leni, Luna, Lucy and Lily, are the friendliest sisters in the Loud Family.
  2. Her character design is so cute.
  3. She is very kind and caring towards her pets and is a good environmentalist. Does that sound familiar?
  4. Her happiness and optimism are well-done.
  5. She has a great relationship with her twin sister Lola despite the fact they are polar opposite of each other.
  6. She is an expert handy-girl, mechanic and plumber as she helps her family with household jobs such as fixing certain broken objects such as cars, unclogging the toilets, and taking care of pets.
  7. She's the cutest tomboy in The Loud House series, as one of Nickelodeon's cutest tomboys.
  8. She has lots of heartwarming moments with her family, friends and pets as she mostly helps them whenever they have a problem.
  9. She proves that even gross-out characters can be likable, however, as the series progresses, she has become less disgusting and starts to eat healthy food.
  10. Her voice acting is great.

The Only Bad Quality

  1. She's interested in gross stuff, just like Lincoln and Lori. For example, She's sleeping, farting, pooping in the forest, eating dog food, and of course nose-picking. However, it's toned down a little bit.

Trivia

  • According to a tweet from the show's writers, Lana is the older twin. In the episode "Ties That Bind", it is revealed that Lana is older than Lola by two minutes.
  • Lana was named after one of Chris Savino's five sisters.
  • According to Chris Savino, he states that the sisters who are girly-girls or fashionistas are usually seen with three eyelashes (Leni, Lola, and Lily). Lana, despite having three eyelashes, is a tomboy instead. This is because Lana and Lola are identical twins.

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