Ms. Green
"I Melt for No One"



Spokescandy for:

Almost every kind of M&M's.


Old enough to know better.


How dare you!


Simple candlelit Paris.


Men and women who stare.



Voice actor

Cree Summer

Ms. Green is an M&Ms spokescandy and is the mascot for a few different flavors of M&MS, although her "main flavor" is Peanut Butter M&Ms. Ms. Green was the only female M&M character until Ms. Brown was revealed in 2012. Red, Yellow, and Blue usually fight over her, but she doesn't actually like any of them romantically. Ms. Green is voiced By Cree Summer. Ms. Green's Catch phrase is "I Melt for No One!"


Ms. Green is round (as she is a Milk Chocolate M&M), like all other M&M's, and she has a green-colored shell around her body. She wears white gloves and white high heel Boots with a silver "M" on each of them. It is unknown if she wears green lipstick or if her lips are just green. She has three long, black, eyelashes on each eye and she has thin black eyebrows like the rest of the M&Ms.

Flavors and Wrappers That Ms. Green appears on

Ms. Green is the Mascot of Peanut butter M&Ms, so she has appeared on the wrappers of Peanut Butter M&Ms ever since she was introduced. Ms. Green also appears on the wrappers of Coconut M&Ms with a pink flower on her body. She also Appears on the single-serve wrappers of Dark chocolate M&MS, But as of 2012, Red and Blue appear on dark chocolate M&MS. She also appears on the new Mint dark chocolate M&MS.


She is voiced by Cree Summer who also played the voice of Kida in Atlantis: The Lost Empire, Pilgrim in Kermit's Swamp Years, Cleo in Clifford the Big Red Dog, Penelope in Barbie as Rapunzel, Susie Carmichael in Rugrats, and Mandy and Zell in Bratz,


  • "Well, my new movie's opening, and no, Dennis I don't remove my shell. And you know about my book. It's changing lines."
  • "Heh, I don't do commercials."
  • "Hey, guys. I didn't know you've worked out."
  • "I don't know which one's the worst! Oh, thanks guys I needed that!"
  • "Men... Women... GO BUY A BAG."
  • "I'm naked!"
  • "It's okay, Darling."
  • "You just had a bad dream."
  • "Oh, please..."
  • "Whew! I am glad to be out of this boys club!"
  • "Baby, baby, calm down! I haven't seen your shell. But listen, what I am seeing is lookin' good. [giggles] You wanna share mine?"
  • "Boys, it's all about working the pose."
  • "Oh, come on, she'd eat you for dinner."
  • "Well, it's our job to change that."


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