Chrissy Teigen: Stars like Chrissy Teigen, Andy Cohen, and Anne Hathaway, are observed Hanukkah! The eight-day celebration – which remembers the rededication of the Second Temple in Jerusalem that happened in the second century B.C. after the Maccabees revolted following it’s befouling by their Syrian-Greek oppressors – started Thursday at twilight.
When the festival was in progress, stars took to their social media handles to share how they went through the night.
Among those was Teigen, who uncovered that she was commending the occasion unexpectedly. The model shared recordings of herself turning a dreidel and lighting a menorah, just as pics and clasps flaunting the food they feasted on.
Teigen wrote in the caption of her post that they had the most beautiful night full of gut laughing, even a 1000 hour brisket and latkes both eaten around the city.
She funnily asked her fans, if Jen Atkin and Mike Rosenthal were not perfect. She said applesauce is her new jam and she successfully memorized all the sides of the dreidel – especially shin. She in the end wrote again that the night was very beautiful.
Chrissy Teigen devoted the festival to her grandma, Ruth Schaefer.
Cohen, in the interim, went through the night with his 1-year-old child Benjamin. In a picture shared on Instagram, the TV character grins down at his child as they remain before a menorah.
Also, Hathaway shared a photograph of her menorah alongside a straightforward prayer of a debt of gratitude which is in order for all who bring the light, while Demi Moore wished a cheerful first day of Hanukkah to all celebrating on her Instagram Story.
Vice-President Kamala Harris shared a video message highlighting her better half, Doug Emhoff, to pay tribute to the occasion. In the video, Emhoff said Hanukkah is one of our number one occasions in our huge present-day family.
Hanukkah is a loving festival to Harris because the festival brings light to ignite the world in times of darkness. Adding to her husband’s words, she said that the celebration is all about joy.
Martha Stewart denoted the day by sharing her formula for tasty latkes, while Michael Buble wished happy Hanukkah to all his companions on his Instagram Story.
Mayim Bialik shared a photograph of her cat by a menorah and Leah McSweeney posted a pic of her lit menorah with New York City on the sight.
Hanukkah, which signifies devotion in Hebrew, starts on the 25th of Kislev on the Hebrew schedule and generally falls in November or December.
Frequently called the Festival of Lights, the occasion is praised with the lighting of the menorah, customary nourishments, games, and endowments.