You've caught yourself humming it, and now the iconic (and forever catchy) Star Wars theme song has made its way to the red carpet.

During the Los Angeles premiere of Star Wars: The Force Awakens last night in Hollywood, E! News' Zuri Hall got a few of the film's big names to join her an a little rendition of the John Williams tune.

Daisy Ridley was up first, reminding Hall that there is a new beat with the latest film, which she so graciously illustrated herself. Lupita Nyong'o wasn't afraid to hit the high notes, along with John Boyega, who really got into it and busted out a little drum solo. When things turned to Domhnall Gleeson, however, the tables turned to Zuri.

Gleeson challenged Hall to do Star Wars, Superman and Indiana Jones all in a row. It was quite difficult, and he didn't offer any help (just some laughs, which we can't blame him).

A number of stars hit the carpet last night to celebrate the big premiere, including all of the Star Wars newcomers like Gwendoline Christie, Adam Driver, Oscar Isaacand Billie Lourd Members of the original trilogy, including Anthony Daniels, Carrie Fisher, Harrison Ford and Mark Hamill, also posed for pictures and chatted up director J.J. Abrams and creator George Lucas.

The premiere occurred on the same night as Adele's New York concert, which was pre-taped and aired last night on NBC (we promise there's a legit reason for this transition).

In what might become one of the greatest pop culture mash-ups of the year, British singer Alex Boyé put on his Storm Trooper gear while covering the singer's hit single "Hello" out in the desert.

Star Wars and Adele? Count us in.

Star Wars: The Force Awakens is in theaters this Friday.

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