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Geek Alert! Double Feature: Star Wars Cast Is Party Rockin', Legos Have Bad Romance

If I ever take the kids to Disney World, it will be to the Star Wars weekend. My kids await the annual Dance-Off With the Star Wars Stars videos the way other people wait for Twilight movies. You can see the entire show on YouTube, but then you have to sit through a lot of the hosts jabbering. With my kids’ input I’ve selected the best song to present here.

And then because that’s just not geeky enough, we’ve got a brand-new Lego parody video to share, too!

All four of my kids picked the show’s grand finale medley as their favorite part of the show. The medley has Padme Amidala and Darth Vader dancing to Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep” (we could have had it all…), Boba Fett performing “Moves Like Jango Jagger,” and the whole crew (Kit Fisto! Asoka!) performing LMFAO’s “Party Rock.”

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=97tCwgrLrCY[/youtube]

I should note that a close second for my kids’ (and my) favorite part of the show was Chewbacca performing “Sexy and I Know It” because seeing that nerf herder’s scruffy butt go wiggle-wiggle-wiggle-wiggle is hilarious.

If you’re not done getting your geek on, we’re also enjoying this brand-new Lego parody of Lady Gaga’s “Bad Romance.” Super-props to the creator for somehow using Batman figures to make this parody easier to understand (not to mention more kid-friendly) than Gaga’s original video.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rmZLuEAFJGo[/youtube]

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