Thirteen-year-old Jodi DiPiazza uses her music to inspire people and duet with music’s biggest superstars.
Comedy Central’s Night of Too Many Stars raises funds for programs to support people with autism. DiPiazza, who was diagnosed with autism at the age of 2, is dedicated to helping others with her diagnosis, including raising $3 million for a Toys R Us campaign with her song, “Heroes of Autism.”
In 2012, DiPiazza sang an explosive rendition of “Firework” with Katy Perry at the last Night of Too Many Stars. This year, the talented musician came back to perform with Weird Al Yankovic, singing his parody song “Yoda,” along with the ActionPlay Chorus, a choir comprised of children with autism.
When it comes to bringing down the house, DiPiazza is the real superstar. Read more…