Sandler - originator of the famed Saturday Night Live "Hanukkah Song" - posted a clip on Twitter on Sunday of the song "Bar Mitzvah Boy" from his new Netflix special, writing: "Have a good eight crazy nights." Sandler's friend and fellow actor Ben Stiller shared the tweet, adding: "Happy Chanukah."
Have a good eight crazy nights. pic.twitter.com/54DtFSM7K2— Adam Sandler (@AdamSandler) December 2, 2018
Malina, the former Scandal and West Wing star, is definitely getting in the holiday spirit. On Monday he posted a short video of latkes bubbling in hot oil, writing: "Let the games begin." And then the actor followed it up with an old photo of himself wearing a furry hat and cradling a hanukkia in his arms.
Happy Chanukah https://t.co/dl0OrYArzo— Ben Stiller (@RedHourBen) December 2, 2018
Messing, the star of Will and Grace, posted a quote from former UK chief Rabbi Jonathan Sacks over an image of lit Hanukkah candles on Instagram, writing: "Happy Hanukkah, one and all. May we notice beauty in the darkness."
Broadway and film Ben Platt, known for his roles in Dear Evan Hansen and Pitch Perfect, posted a short video on his Instagram story with a brand-new original Hanukkah jingle."There’s latkes in the Hanukkah bush/ Scoop them with a ladle," Platt and his friend actress Molly Gordon sing together. "Does Moses have a Hanukkah tush? Spin me like a dreidel."
Actress Isla Fisher, married to comedian Sacha Baron Cohen, posted a short video to Instagram of her in a Hanukkah-themed onesie dancing to music.
"It's time to light the menorah motherf*#!ers," she wrote.
Baron Cohen reposted the video on his own Instagram page, writing "Best Hanukka track of all time, written by my bro. Dreidel - Songs in the Key of Hanukka." Baron Cohen's brother, Erran Baron Cohen, is a composer and trumpet player who has worked with the actor on many projects.
Big Bang Theory actress Bialik posted a photo from the first night of the holiday on Instagram, showing four lit hannukiot in a row.
And CNN anchor Jake Tapper shared a risque and hilarious Hanukkah GIF on Twitter on Sunday, wishing his close to 2 million followers a Happy Hanukkah.
Thank goodness there are six more nights of holiday cheer still to come.
Happy Hanukkah — pic.twitter.com/73eeYYCSl2— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) December 2, 2018