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At last night's Night of Too Many Stars, a Comedy Central special that raises funds to support autism schools, programs and services, Weird Al Yankovic took to the stage with a very special guest - Jodi DiPiazza, a 13-year-old musician with autism. Together the pair sang Yankovic's "Yoda", a Star Wars themed parody of The Kinks' song "Lola" and completely brought the house down.

DiPiazza played the piano while Yankovic danced around stage in a jedi costume in a fun and incredibly sweet performance. Near the end of the song, the duo were joined on stage by the Actionplay Chorus, which is comprised of young singers with autism.

If DiPiazza looks familiar to you, it's because this isn't her first time on the Night of Too Many Stars' stage.  In 2012, she and Katy Perry performed Perry's hit song "Firework" together. 

To learn more about Night of Too Many Stars, watch more performances or donate to autism programs, check out their website here. 

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