Every year, Comedy Central holds the Night of Too Many Stars - a special event to raise money and awareness for autism programs, where celebrities and comedians do their part to put on a good show in the name of charity. And, while every year is memorable, this year really brought it (for Weird Al fans, at least): "Weird" Al Yankovic himself joined Jodi DiPiazza and Actionplay Chorus - a chorus of kids with autism - to put on a rousing version of his 80s classic, "Yoda."
Jodi previously performed at the Night of Too Many Stars in 2012, doing "Firework" with "Normal" Katy Perry. Jodi had been diagnosed with autism at the age of 2, and has gone on to become a brilliant musical student at Mannes College of Music Preparatory Division, studying everything from piano to songwriting.
Bet you didn't expect to get all choked up over a Weird Al parody today, huh?