Al Roker’s Reaction to the Macy’s Parade Float with Baby Yoda Is Priceless.

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Al Roker’s Reaction to the Macy’s Parade Float with Baby Yoda Is Priceless.

Al Roker is a huge admirer of Baby Yoda, just like the rest of us. The TODAY show host had an endearing reaction to the Grogu balloon at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, and the internet is going crazy over it. When The Mandalorian’s beloved character emerged on the parade route, Roker began chanting, “Yoda, the child! Baby Yoda, I adore you!” “I want al roker’s joy when he was pointing out the baby yoda parade balloon,” one Twitter user commented. “Forget Santa Claus, the holiday season officially begins when Al Roker screams ‘BABY YODA!’ into the frigid morning air,” another mocked. “Al Roker is EXTREMELY enthusiastic about Baby Yoda,” a third source simply stated. BABY YODA, screams Al Roker. pic.twitter.comtQz52Fj3Ox “Al Roker yelling ‘Baby Yoda! I adore you!’ is how I’ll also react if I see a Grogu balloon,” one viewer remarked of the event, while another added, “Al Roker losing his mind when he saw the baby Yoda balloon is the thanksgiving energy I need.” “I’ve never related to anything more than Al Roker exclaiming ‘BABY YODA I LOVE YOU!’ at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade,” one Twitter user wrote, while another added, “Al Roker and I are expressing the same degree of joy about the Baby Yoda balloon.” People praised Roker’s “chaotic pleasure” at the parade, with one viewer even suggesting, “Give me that Al RokerBaby Yoda buddy police movie, you cowards!” “Find someone who cares about you the way Al Roker cares about the baby Yoda blimp,” one person quipped, while another said, “Al Roker calling out ‘Baby Yoda!!!!’ as if he’s going to wave back at him brightened my morning.” Roker has long been a fixture in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, and in 2019 he battled a “butter man,” shoving him away at one point. To demonstrate that their feud had evaporated, the weatherman reunited with the overly exuberant guy dressed as a stick of butter who had followed him throughout the parade in 2020.

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