Miro's Chicago, voiced by Shonda Rhimes
“It’s the same thing all women should realize about themselves. Other people’s judgments are wrong.”
TV empress Shonda Rhimes gives her writing talent and voice to Chicago’s voluptuous Miró, who’s taking a stand for herself and women everywhere. Initially met with criticism and protest in 1981, the awkward prong-topped figure advocates for her right to take up space, proudly flaunts her proportions and lets critics know she’s not going anywhere. Originally named The Sun, The Moon and One Star, this Chicago shines extra bright in Rhimes’s takedown of body shamers and championing of self-love. Preach!