Lola Loud is one of the main characters from the Nickelodeon animated series The Loud House. She is the third-youngest of Lincoln Loud's ten sisters, being just two minutes younger than her twin, Lana. In contrast to Lana's tomboyish personality, Lola is a conceited, narcissistic brat who dresses like a princess and loves anything girly. Early on in the show's run, she tended to be the most antagonistic Loud sister, often tattling on her siblings and even being known to seek revenge if they get on her bad side, though these traits have gradually become downplayed as the show goes on. But despite her self-centered nature, she is no less compassionate than her siblings, as she is always grateful for her brother Lincoln's kindness towards her and is capable of showing humility and selflessness when letting go of her own needs.
Lola naturally appears prominently in the show's Christmas episode, "11 Louds a Leapin'". At the beginning of the episode, Lola explains to Lincoln that, since she wants a good haul of presents from Santa Claus, she's going to do as many nice things as she possibly can in an attempt to get on his nice list. Despite her younger sister Lisa (who does not believe that Santa actually exists) telling her that she is wasting her time, Lola does indeed spend much of the episode doing nice things, such as assisting her mom with decorating the house and taking a taste of her dad's figgy pudding (which none of the other siblings want to eat). Later that evening, Lincoln tells her and the other sisters that he just learned that their neighbor, Mr. Grouse, is sadly unable to visit his own family for Christmas, which leads Lola to remember that giving is what Christmas is really about. With that, she takes part in presenting Mr. Grouse with a bus card so he can go visit his family tomorrow, and is delighted when Mr. Grouse says that she has certainly made Santa's nice list for this. At the end of the special, Lola is shown playing with a princess' castle playset that she received for Christmas.