MLP-MSP Parties Softly With Andrea Libman

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What is there to see in Minneapolis? Well, there better be a world’s largest twine ball (currently in Darwin, Minnesota) when we get there. They’ve announced the premier party pony and the most shy and timid pony hybrid voice actor to be attending their convention: Andrea Libman. Our best hope in this case is that the twine ball arrives before the convention opens, otherwise we won’t feel quite as touristic and our dreams of seeing the great twine ball of Minneapolis will have been dashed in the name of a Pinkie Pie party that wanted the same ball. Or maybe Fluttershy needs it for a cat that she’s taking care of. According to Google Maps, it’s an hour from Darwin to Minneapolis, so let’s beef up pony protection patrols.

… Anyway, head below the break to check out what MLP-MSP has to say in light of this new information.

(MINNEAPOLIS)—In honor of Fluttershy Friday on Twitter, maybe you’ll be interested in this bit of news: Andrea Libman, the voice of Fluttershy and Pinkie Pie, will be coming to our convention this Summer, June 6-8, at the Ramada Bloomington!

Libman is an accomplished voice actress with over 20 years of experience. Her animated-TV series roles include Madeline in “Madeline” and “The New Adventures of Madeline,” Emmy in “DragonTales,” young AndrAIa in “Reboot” and Cathy in “Monster Buster Club.”

Recently, Libman won the Union of BC Performers Award for Best Voice for Pinkie Pie and Fluttershy in “My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic.” She has also voiced many minor roles such as Pumpkin Cake and Twinkleshine in the series.

For more information about guests appearing at MLP-MSP, visit our guest page. Also, don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and Twitter to be the first to hear our updates. Keep smiling and we hope to see you bring the party with you to Minneapolis June 6-8!

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