Adam Sandler is once again putting the "mock" in "yarmulke." The comedy star performed at the San Diego Civic Theatre on Nov. 18, where he sang the latest version of his celebrity-skewering holiday staple "The Hanukkah Song."
In the video released on Wednesday, Nov. 25, Sandler, 49, took the stage with his guitar to poke fun at numerous stars of Jewish ancestry for his fourth rendition of the tune he first debuted on NBC's Saturday Night Live in 1994.
"Joseph Gordon-Levitt enjoys eating kugel," the Hotel Transylvania 2 star sang. "So does Stan Lee, Jake Gyllenhaal, and the two guys who founded Google."
Also not safe from Sandler's barbs was a certain sexy judge from The Voice.
"Adam Levine wears a Jewish star," he continued. He added that "Harry Potter and his magic wand-ukkah, celebrate Hanukkah."
But Sandler also didn't shy away from addressing controversy, devoting a lyric to disgraced former Subway spokesperson Jared Fogle, who recently pleaded guilty to child pornography and sex crime charges and was sentenced to 15 years in prison.
"Jared from Subway: Goddamn it, a Jew," the ribald Pixels actor sang. "But guess who's Jewish and can fix him? Loveline's Dr. Drew (get on it, doc)." Previous versions of "The Hanukkah Song" have referenced such notorious figures as O.J. Simpson and Osama bin Laden.
To hear the compliment he pays Scarlett Johansson — along with his not-so-flattering take on Shia LaBeouf — watch the video above.
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