We'd Give Anything to See These Fictional Musicians in Concert
The only issue is they aren't real, so catching them on tour isn't probable. That said, we can still dream of the day we see these fictitious groups perform live.
Scroll below to discover who we'd most like to see in concert.
Josie and the Pussycats
Our lives would be made if Riverdale's iconic trio, Josie and the Pussycats, ever went out on tour. Seeing as they mainly perform covers on the show, we hope their concerts would be filled with tons of original music we've yet to hear. And we wouldn't mind if Cheryl or Veronica joined them for a few songs, too.
One of the most iconic fictional pop stars around, The Fairly OddParents' Chip Skylark has some serious bops. "My Shiny Teeth and Me" is about as catchy as a song can get.
Boyz N Motion
Before there was One Direction, Boyz N Motion from That's So Raven were the guys who stole our hearts. Not only were they in motion, but they gave us their devotion. What more could we ask for from a boy band?
Girl groups like Fifth Harmony and Little Mix may reign supreme, but if LPDZ from The Proud Family was real, they'd be the top dogs. They're everything a girl group should be: flawless singers, precise dancers and the best of friends.
Disney's Freaky Friday is to thank for introducing us to this rocking band. The guys and gals who made up Pink Slip found their way into our hearts with their angsty and relatable bangers.
As far as fictional pop stars go, Powerline from Disney's A Goofy Movie is severely underrated. His voice? Perfection. His dance moves? Impeccable. His hair? Immaculate. "Eye to Eye" deserved a Grammy for sure.
The Weird Sisters
This magical group from the Harry Potter series could get anybody moving and grooving with their hit song "Do the Hippogriff." We mainly want to see them live, because we're pretty sure it'd be at Hogwarts. We'd get to see a great band and finally visit the school of our dreams.
Austin & Ally blessed us with plenty of amazing music from the beyond talented Austin Moon. He'd put on one heck of a show. But, of course, his concert wouldn't be complete without plenty of special appearances by our girl Ally Dawson. Let's make this happen, people.
If you didn't already know who the Hex Girls were before this, allow us to introduce you to one of the greatest things Scooby-Doo has given us. Let's just say these girls are magical when it comes to their music.
This Gravity Falls boy band is strange, to say the least. After all, they're all clones created in a lab. Needless to say, we think their creator did a pretty solid job with these guys.
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