Libby Takes Center Stage In Latest “Theme Song Takeover” Featuring “The Ghost and Molly McGee”

A new Theme Song Takeover has debuted, with the BFF of the titular characters of The Ghost and Molly McGee, Libby Stein-Torres taking over the theme song of the series, despite her shyness and story-dictated inability to sing.

What’s Happening:

  • Theme Song Takeover, a popular interstitial series that is featured on Disney Channel (and the Disney Channel YouTube), is set to debut its latest entry, this time with Libby Stein-Torres from the hit series, The Ghost and Molly McGee.
  • The series, which sees the theme songs of the popular series on the network taken over by different characters for a new spin, features the BFF of Molly McGee herself, Libby, taking over the already catchy theme of the show with her own take.
  • Devotees who watch the show regularly will know that there is a whole episode with a storyline devoted to the fact that Libby can’t sing, choosing to show off her talents for spoken word poetry instead. That is also addressed to comedic results in the new Theme Song Takeover, with Libby emphasizing that this is a fantasy interstitial and should not be taken as canon.

  • The voice of Libby herself, Lara Jill Miller, took to Twitter (after a few tries) to share that she is taking center stage when she announced that she would star in the newest Theme Song Takeover ahead of its debut on Disney Channel and the Disney Channel YouTube on Wednesday, May 3rd.

  • The Ghost and Molly McGee currently is in the midst of its second season, and we’ve actually already seen a ghost version of Libby, kind of, in one of the recent episodes, which you can find out more about here.
  • You can catch up with Libby, as well as the rest of the gang from The Ghost and Molly McGee, now on Disney Channel and Disney+.

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Tony Betti
Originally from California where he studied a dying artform (hand-drawn animation), Tony has spent most of his adult life in the theme parks of Orlando. When he’s not writing for LP, he’s usually watching and studying something animated or arguing about “the good ole’ days” at the parks.