The Internet Is Obsessed with “Baby Yoda” from ‘The Mandalorian’

The Internet Is Obsessed with “Baby Yoda” from ‘The Mandalorian‘, and no lie, I am too. Normally we would refrain from sharing “spoilers” but it seems the internet has made just about everyone aware that The Mandalorian on Disney+ introduces a “Baby Yoda.”

Sorry to disappoint anyone, but we know that this baby is not actually Yoda, since he passed away in Episode VI: Return of the Jedi and this Star Wars Story takes place after the fall of the Empire and before the rise of the First Order. Though the origin of this adorable and force sensitive child has yet to be revealed, interesting details from the show might point to a few possibilities that make us sense a disturbance in the force.

But, Oh My Gosh is this baby a CUTIE!

Photo Credit: Lucasfilm/Disney+

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The reactions on Twitter from Star Wars fans has been both entertaining and making us say “Same.” Here are some of our favorite reactions:

https://twitter.com/On_This_R0ck/status/1195527022283505665

https://twitter.com/thelilhuman/status/1195548315120590849

I mean, how can you not love that adorable little face and ridiculously cute ears? Not to mention the squeals and giggles that make your heart melt. Sorry not sorry, Porgs and BB-8, you have been replaced as the cutest beings in the galaxy.

Photo Credit: Lucasfilm/Disney+

What was your reaction to seeing “Baby Yoda”? Did you let out a collective “AWE!” or was is more of a “What IS that?” Are you excited to see where this sweetie is from? Or are you more intrigued by the bounty on it’s tiny little head? We would love to hear your thoughts in the comments!

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Featured Photo Credit: Lucasfilm/Disney+


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