Published: Wed, December 11, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Alison Wonderland Drops Baby Yoda Visuals On NYC Crowd

Alison Wonderland Drops Baby Yoda Visuals On NYC Crowd

Larger image: Baby Yoda has become an important pop culture meme, spreading all over the Internet.

The problem with Baby Yoda is that Disney did not seem to anticipate the level of popularity that it would receive.

Disney+, a new streaming service launched by Disney last month, has become all the rage thanks to the success of The Mandalorian, a hit TV show set in the Star Wars universe.

The Australian producer chose to take her love for the films to the next level by surprising her fans with some truly killer Baby Yoda visuals on Saturday, December 7, 2019.

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When The Mandalorian launched on Disney+ on November 12, becoming the streaming service's flagship series, the secrecy was intense and the stakes were high, as the Jon Favreau-helmed series was bringing the Star Wars universe into the streaming world. The beloved character stepped out during Alison Wonderland's sold out show at the Avant Gardner in Brooklyn, New York!

Travis Bramble is the one who started the online petition on Change.org appealing for the emoji. Your friend shares a picture of her newborn? Answer with a cute little Yoda baby to show him that your thirst for soup is insatiable. Join me into this movement and let your voices be heard.

It's unknown how effective it was as a safety measure, but a tweet pic of the sign received 5,700 likes and several humorous responses, including one depicting Baby Yoda handing a police officer a fake driver's license.

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