13-Year-Old With Autism Sings 'Yoda' With Weird Al And Totally Kills It

So adorable.

Every year when Comedy Central airs Night of Too Many Stars, a fundraiser that has raised over $18 million for programs, schools and services for people with autism, audiences can expect a night of entertainment and fun. 

This year, something extra special happened when Weird Al Yankovic took the stage with 13-year-old Jodi DiPiazza to sing "Yoda," Weird Al's parody of The Kinks' "Lola."


Here's DiPiazza, looking so profesh.

DiPiazza, who was diagnosed with autism at age two, is no stranger to the stage, having appeared on the program in 2012 to sing "Firework" with Katy Perry. 

This year she was just as good, if not better, when she performed with Weird Al, who came dressed in his best "Star Wars" costume.

The song ends perfectly with the help of the ActionPlay Chorus, a group made up of children with autism. Yup, it was a night of music, silliness and, oh, lots of money for a good cause!

Watch the video here:

(H/T: Mashable)

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