Lin-Manuel Miranda Performs ‘Yoda’ with Weird Al

The Star Wars fanboys had a ball at Radio City Music Hall.

By Hayden Wright

Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda has made no secret of his Star Wars fandom, and neither has Weird Al Yankovic. It was only a matter of time before the pair joined forces to perform one of Al’s Star Wars parody songs, and that time came last night at New York City’s Radio City Music Hall.

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Before an audience that included Tina Fey, Miranda and Yankovic performed “Yoda,” posed backstage and bonded on Twitter over their love of George Lucas’ fictional universe.

Miranda’s appearance onstage was brief, but you can see it here:

The Tony-winning Broadway icon couldn’t contain his enthusiasm after the show:

Al couldn’t help but brag about his cool-as-hell friends (including Fey and family):


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