In what could be a sequel to "The Hanukkah Song," Adam Sandler performed a Jewish version of Taylor Swift's "Lover" with his two daughters at a benefit gala in L.A. on Sunday.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, 13-year-old Sadie and 10-year-old Sunny joined Sandler onstage at the Malibu event to sing Swift's latest single with slightly edited lyrics. For example, they swapped out Christmas for Hanukkah in the song's opening line, "We could leave the Christmas lights up through January."
Sandler also said about his girls, "This is one of their favorite songs. We play this all the time in the car, me and mommy and the two kids."
After their performance, Sandler added, "Girls, you did great! Sounded awesome--confident and cool. I love you, now get out of here."
THR notes that Sandler and his family had been in New York earlier in the weekend to see Swift perform as the musical guest at Sandler's old stomping grounds on Saturday Night Live.
Meanwhile, they performed at the Malibu event in front of such celebs as Julia Roberts and Sean Penn.