Man, it seems Al Yankovic can do no wrong, and he did it once again while proving that he has a heart as big as The Force itself. Al took part in the "Night of Too Many Stars," a benefit for autism education and programs, which aired Sunday Night (March 8) on Comedy Central and performed his parody of The Kinks' "Lola," titled "Yoda," with Jodi DiPiazza, who was also joined by the Actionplay Chorus, a group of children with autism.

In 2012 Jodi performed with Katy Perry on "Firework." I enjoy Katy as much as the next guy, but I'm glad to see that as Ms. DiPiazza ages, she gains better musical tastes. DiPiazza was diagnosed with autism at age 2, but that has not slowed the young one down.

A student at Mannes College of Music Preparatory Division, DiPiazza is studying music theory, piano, voice, guitar, songwriting ... and the list goes on. In fact at the age of 9 she wrote a song called "Heroes of Autism" and helped raise more than $3 million for autism.

To see the performance check out the video above, but more importantly, to donate, Click Here and check out the Celebrity Auction at Comedy Central with all proceeds benefiting New York Collaborates for Autism (NYCA). Keep your eyes out for the re-airing of a "Night of Too Many Stars" on Comedy Central and check out the likes of not only "Weird Al" Yankovic, but Chris Rock, John Oliver, Paul Rudd, Amy Schumer, Maya Rudolph and host Jon Stewart.

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