American actor Adam Sandler has released the fourth and funniest version of his holiday favourite “The Hanukkah Song.”
In the video, the comedian was seen taking the stage with his guitar to poke fun at numerous stars of Jewish ancestry for his updated version of the tune which he first debuted on NBC’s Saturday Night Live in 1994, the Us magazine reports.
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The new version, which was posted to YouTube on Wednesday, lists famous Jews such as Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Adam Levine and Seth Rogen and … Harry Potter. Scarlett Johansson and Canadian musician Geddy Lee.
The 49-year-old actor also includes former Subway spokesman Jared Fogle, who’s just been sentenced to 15 years in prison for child pornography and having sex with underaged people.
Sandler sang “Jared from Subway: Goddamn it, a Jew. But guess who’s Jewish and can fix him?. He then adds that Dr. Drew is also Jewish, and implores him to, “get on” treating Fogle.
You will enjoy it.