NEW YORK - Crowds once again lined New York City streets to watch the 95th Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade as it returned to its full glory, and there was one clear star of the show: Baby Yoda.At one point, all eyes were on the float modeled after the beloved "Mandalorian" character Baby Yoda — or Grogu — when it passed by.
It was the float’s first appearance. Reaction quickly flooded social media. "I am thankful for that baby yoda float," one user posted.
At one point NBC’s "TODAY" weatherman and parade co-host Al Roker could be heard shouting, "Baby Yoda! I love you!" RELATED: Macy's Thanksgiving parade returns in full forceThe parade, which began at 9 a.m., had 2.5 miles of public viewing along New York streets.