Watch Lin-Manuel Miranda Jam with 'Weird Al' Yankovic on 'Yoda'

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Lin-Manuel Miranda performs at Enclave de Poesia at Performing Arts Center on July 27, 2016 in San Juan, Puerto Rico. 

Lin-Manuel Miranda is living the dream. In addition to starring opposite Emily Blunt in the Disney sequel to Mary Poppins and appearing in the upcoming animated Disney flick Moana, over the weekend he checked another major accomplishment off the career bucket list: jamming with "Weird Al" Yankovic.

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As seen in a fan video from Yankovic's Saturday night headlining gig at Radio City Music Hall, Yankovic was busy holding out the mic to let audience members sing along to his Kinks/Star Wars parody "Yoda" when he turned and said, "Okay, now just Lin-Manuel." The Hamilton creator sprinted out and sang the a bit of the chorus before running offstage.

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This wasn't just a random cameo, either. Miranda later posted a backstage pic with Yankovic in which he revealed that he's a lifelong Al fan, revealing that in "9th grade I sat in an upper box of the Beacon with @AlexSarlin & Emily Pinkowitz & we screamed 'Yoda!!'" 



Yankovic also posted a backstage shot, which included Miranda, comedian Michael Ian Black and Saturday Night Live alum Taran Killam.