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Lyn Me was a Twi'lek female dancer who performed with the Max Rebo Band at Jabba the Hutt's Palace,[2] and sang vocals along with Greeata Jendowanian, Sy Snootles and Rystáll Sant.[3]

Me grew up on the barren northern continent of the planet Ryloth. She was saved from slavery by Boba Fett and thus hero-worshiped him and fell in love with him as well. She was well-learned in the art of Twi'lek dance.[1]


Not much was known about Lyn Me's history other than that she joined to perform as a singer and dancer with the Max Rebo Band.

Lyn Me accompanied the band on more elaborate jobs. She had a long career that included singing in the palace of the crime lord Jabba the Hutt during the Galactic Civil War. Shortly before members of the Alliance to Restore the Republic rescued the captive Han Solo from Jabba's Palace, Me and her fellow bandmates performed "Jedi Rocks" for Jabba's court. Her performance attracted the attention and affection of famed bounty hunter Boba Fett.

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Lyn Me was portrayed by Dalyn Chew. She was added to the extended musical number in the Special Edition of Return of the Jedi.[4]



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