8 Former Disney Stars’ Videos That Are Beyond HILARIOUS Without Music

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Do you ever wish songs like Miley Cyrus‘ “Wrecking Ball” would make a comeback? Us too, but we have some bad news for you — they won’t. But there is a silver lining, and it comes in the form of “music videos without music.” This trend has been sweeping the nation since, like, 2013, and all your favorite former Disney Channel stars have gotten in on the fun since then. We ranked the best/worst/creepiest/funniest former actors’ MVs w/o M from best to worst, so you don’t have to do the digging yourself. Enjoy!

8. “Good For You” by Selena Gomez — Okay, so Sel is, like, our favorite human on the planet. Everybody knows that. And her “Good For You” video is dope. But when House of Halo (two YouTubers who specialize in making creative music videos) took over, sh*t hit the fan. This is low-key extremely creepy, and we simply don’t want to be involved.

7. “Wrecking Ball” by Miley Cyrus — The 24-year-old said it before and she’ll say it again — she’s never going to live this MV down. But that was in reference to the original song, so prepare yourself for how messed up this one is. We can’t say we hate it completely, but it’s just weird AF.

6. “Oops!…I Did It Again” by Britney Spears — Britney’s the OG Disney queen and this clip from the good ol’ days reminds us just how hot she was. But if you take a listen…it’s not quite you expect! Mario Wienerroither muted the background track and changed the sound design, so it doesn’t sound like the original at all! But, we promise it’ll give you a giggle if you need some comic relief today.

5. “Pretty Girls” by Britney Spears — And again! We guess you could say Britney’s back, in the most entertaining of ways. The 35-year-old and Iggy look fierce in the original “PG” music video, but even without sound, they’re still cute AF. Oh, and it gives your senses more room to focus on their sick dance moves. OH, and it features a musical cameo from “Oops!…I Did It Again”. You’re welcome.

4. “Can’t Stop the Feeling” by Justin Timberlake — If you were waiting for the moment you fell in love with JT, now is the time. House of Halo took a clip from his “First Listen — CSTF” video, removed the sound, and did its own audio design. It’s so happy. Just watch — we promise you’ll be smiling when it’s over.

3. “Close” by Nick Jonas — With the soundtrack included, it’s hard not to drool over this former JoBro in the “Close” video; it’s unbelievably hot. But when the tunes are removed, it’s hard not to ROFL. Just trust us on this one.

2. “Hands To Myself” by Selena Gomez — This song/video/human is hot AF no matter what you do with it. Selena looks incredible, the vid is sexy, and the tune is great — and when you remove the music? Still amazing. We don’t know how she does it, but we choose to accept it, because what would life be like if things weren’t this way? Bad. It would be bad.

1. “We Can’t Stop” by Miley Cyrus — Okay, so if you’ve ever heard of “music videos without music,” this video is probably why. First posted in September of 2013, this take on Miley’s “We Can’t Stop” MV was the OG #MVWM. It took the Internet by storm when it first appeared online and has since been a source of entertainment for people like us. It’s kind of amazing, kind of terrifying, and kind of funny. Don’t believe us? Watch for yourself:

Did you know these Disney Channel actors sang their shows’ theme song?

Miley Cyrus

Before MiCy was belting out songs like "7 Things" and "Wrecking Ball," she was known for being the voice behind one of Disney's most popular theme songs, "The Best of Both Worlds," from Hannah Montana.

"YOU GET THE LIMO OUT FRONT, OooOoOoohh..." Sorry! We just couldn't help it!

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Selena Gomez

If "The Best of Both Worlds" is Disney's most popular theme song, then "Everything Is Not What It Seems" is definitely a close second. Who do we owe the tune's success to? The star of Wizards of Waverly Place herself, Selena Gomez!

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Rowan Blanchard

Just as Girl Meets World would've been nothing without Rowan's chemistry with Sabrina Carpenter, "Take On the World," the show's theme song, simply couldn't happen if the girl's voices didn't blend together BEAUTIFULLY.

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Sabrina Carpenter

No, seriously! Sabrina and Rowan are both #BFFGoals and #VocalGoals.

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While Zendaya didn't sing the Shake It Up!, theme song, she DOES croon "Keep It Undercover" from her current Disney Channel show, K.C. Undercover.

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Dove Cameron

Dove may not have found mainstream musical success yet, but her work on Liv and Maddie's "Better in Stereo" proves the girl has some SERIOUS pipes.

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"You can gaze into the future..." Sorry; when we think about the That's So Raven theme song, we just can't help but sing it out loud! Raven's voice totally carried the tune, but she got some help from some of her cast-mates, too...

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Anneliese van der Pol

While Raven took the lead and Orlando Brown took the rap of the That's So Raven theme song, AVDP contributed background vocals to make the tune even more epic.

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Demi Lovato

Some Disney Channel shows have theme songs that are very music reserved to only ever play before the series, but "So Far, So Great" from Sonny With a Chance was such a jam that it could've TOTALLY been a part of one of Demi's concerts. The tune was a mix of rock and pop, which perfectly matched DL's musical style IRL.

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Laura Marano

While Ross Lynch sang "Without You" alone for the first three seasons of Austin & Ally, Laura joined him to belt out the theme song for the show's final season.

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Bridgit Mendler

This 24-year-old actress has always been passionate about music, so it's no surprise that Disney Channel executives asked her to sing the Good Luck Charlie theme song, "Hang in There Baby."

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Debby Ryan

In addition to being the front-woman of a band called The Never Ending, Debby was also the reason why Jessie's opening tune, "Hey Jessie," was such a success.

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China Anne McClain

China did mix of rapping and singing to create "Exceptional," the A.N.T. Farm theme song.

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Olivia Holt

I Didn't Do It defintiely deserved more than just two seasons, mostly because the theme song, "Time of Our Lives," was so freakin' good! Thanks, Olivia!!

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Maiara Walsh

As Kyle Massey rapped the Cory in the House theme song, Maiara Walsh showed off her incredible vocal skills to sing on the track.

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