And the Grammy for Best Yiddish cover goes to…

You might know Amy Winehouse as that very talented, but troubled singer from England. If you don’t, you are in the same boat as Nelson Mandela (Gordon Brown, the Prime Minister of England, had to explain Winehouse to Mandela after she made quite the impression to him at his 90th birthday party).

What you might not know is that Winehouse is a Jew. I mean, not the one that you’d want your son to marry, but a Jew nonetheless.

This guy, though, might be the only Jew who is proud of her. Check him out as he sings Winehouse’s hit single, Rehab, in Yiddish.

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