That’s the way! Lizzo and Jack Black make a surprising surprise in the latest episode of The Mandalorian
Lizzo and Jack Black made a surprise cameo appearance in the final episode of The Mandalorian.
The 34-year-old About Damn Time hitmaker and the 53-year-old actor shocked fans of the hugely popular Disney+ series as they appeared in Season 3 Episode 6, which was released on Wednesday.
Lizzo – full name Melissa Vivian Jefferson – is a royal in the series where she portrayed Duchess Blazer-15.
Meanwhile, Jack is a military captain by the name of Captain Bombardier.
Both serve as ruler of Blazer-15 who acts as a direct democracy explored throughout the season.
What a treat! Lizzo and Jack Black made a surprise cameo appearance in the final episode of The Mandalorian
Lizzo and Jack weren’t the only stars in the episode as Christopher Lloyd also appeared as Commissioner Helgate, sympathetic to the Separatists.
The Good As Hell hitmaker is clearly a huge fan of the show as she dressed up as Baby Yoda during a Spotify Halloween party in 2021.
It can be said that The Mandalorian is the signature program of Disney’s streaming service.
The first season was met with widespread critical acclaim and commercial success upon its debut.
Its second set of episodes received a similarly positive response from reviewers and fans of the series.
The Mandalorian’s third season, which is expected to run for a total of eight episodes, debuted on the Disney+ streaming service on March 1.
Favreau previously confirmed that he was working on the show’s fourth season in May last year.
The show’s creator later revealed that he had finished work on the new season in February.
Incognito: Lizzo, 34, is clearly a huge fan of the show as she dressed up as Baby Yoda during a Spotify Halloween party in 2021
To continue: Season 3 will continue the adventures of Pedro Pascal’s character and Baby Yoda, as Mando reveals he’s returned to his home planet of Mandalore to clear his name.
Star of the show: The performer is currently appearing in Season 3 of The Mandalorian, which premiered earlier this month
Recently Arrived: Season 3 is set to run for eight episodes. Episode VI is set to premiere on Disney+ on April 5
More on the way: Favreau previously confirmed that he was working on the show’s fourth season in May of last year
during an interview with collidermain star Pedro Pascal advised fans to expect the unexpected in the soon-to-be-aired episodes.
“Without giving anything away, I would say that surprises are not necessarily what you would expect from our experience with surprises earlier this season,” he said.
The artist then noted that he had grown fond of The Mandalorian’s unconventional story.
“There’s a kind of approach to the way the story is told that’s kind of unexpected, and I love that,” he said.
Season 3 continues the adventures of the character Pascal and Baby Yoda, with Mando revealing that he has returned to his home planet of Mandalore to clear his name.
Episode 7 of Season 3 of The Mandalorian will premiere on Disney+ on April 12.