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    The "Star Wars: Rise Of Skywalker" Cast Were Asked How They'd Help Baby Yoda Fall Asleep And LOL

    No one wants to see a picture of your baby unless you're the Mandalorian, Janet.

    Hello, how are you? Awesome. Anyway — as you likely already know by now — this is Baby Yoda's world and we're all just living in it.

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    Over the course of the past month or so, Baby Yoda from Disney+'s The Mandalorian has stolen our hearts, minds, and attention...to the point where it's pretty easy to forget that the final Star Wars film in the Skywalker saga, The Rise of Skywalker, is coming out in two weeks.

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    But this week we finally received the crossover we all deserve when — during an interview with AP Entertainment — the Rise of Skywalker cast was randomly asked how they would help Baby Yoda sleep if he were in their care...and it's a question I never knew I needed answered, but I did.

    Hush little Baby (Yoda), don’t you cry: #StarWars stars share how they’d get Baby Yoda to sleep, from singing the Jigglypuff Song to a Wookiee lullaby.

    Absolutely ALL of their answers were equal parts pure and adorable...just like The Child himself. Like, every single one of them took this responsibility very seriously, and I love them for it.

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    John Boyega took a sweet but physical fatherly approach, stating he'd use a delicate little bounce to lull the baby to sleep.

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    Oscar Isaac stayed on-brand and offered to sing Baby Yoda the delightful Ewok song from The Return of the Jedi.

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    Newcomer to the series, Keri Russell, decided she'd want to keep the precious cargo on her person at all times, which is relatable.

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    And Anthony Daniels offered up Joonas Suotamo's Wookie singing services in the most C-3P0 way possible.

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    But the nerdiest and best response by FAR came from the duo I'm already obsessed with, Naomi Ackie and Kelly Marie Tran, who said they'd sing the Jiggly Puff lullaby to Baby Yoda to guarantee they sleep.

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    And they were SPOT ON with that melody, if I do say so myself.

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    Actual footage of Baby Yoda after watching this portion of the interview:

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    HE SLEEPY.

    SO (you already knew I was going to ask this) how would YOU lull this sweet baby icon to sleep? Tell me in excruciating detail in the comments below! Also, he's old enough to run for president of the United States because he's 50 right? BABY YODA 2020.

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