James Corden teams up with Zach Braff and Charlie Puth for spoof Chanukah video
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James Corden teams up with Zach Braff and Charlie Puth for spoof Chanukah video

Calling themselves Boyz II Menorah, the trio are joined by Christopher Mintz-Plasse and Josh Peck for their song, A Week and a Day

Francine Wolfisz is the Features Editor for Jewish News.

This is something you dough-nut want to miss: Late, Late Show host James Corden teaming up with Jewish celebrities Zach Braff and Charlie Puth for a fun Chanukah spoof music video.

Calling themselves Boyz II Menorah, in a nod to the well-known hip hop group, Boyz II Men, the trio are joined by Jewish actors Christopher Mintz-Plasse and Josh Peck for their song, A Week and a Day.

Decked out in white hoodies, open shirts and overly cropped trousers, the fictional boy band smoulder at the camera while belting out lyrics that include, “Girl, you spin me like a dreidel” and “Your lovin’ is sweeter than Hanukkah gelt.”

Meanwhile Braff declares: “Girl, baruch atah I don’t know how you do it.”

The video has racked up 1.8million views since it was posted three days ago.

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