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Excellent-Human-Being Weird Al Yankovic Performs Classic “Yoda” With Autistic Children for Charity

No jokes. This is just really great.

On Comedy Central’s Night of Too Many Stars autism charity event, Weird Al Yankovic performed his classic “Yoda” song accompanied by fourteen-year-old Jodi DiPiazza, a student at Mannes College of Music who was diagnosed with autism at age two. DiPiazza¬†previously appeared on the charity show in 2012 with Katy Perry and wrote the song “Heroes of Autism,” a song that helped Toys R Us raise over three million dollars to help children with autism.

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