Mariah Carey gets into the holiday spirit as she commemorated the first Hanukkah night here on Sunday.

The 52-years-old diva shared a short yet sweet video with her twins Moroccan and Monroe while teaching them a song as the small family marks the beginning of a Jewish festive celebration.

In a short clip, Mariah Carey is seen serenading her children as both the kids look very unenthusiastic about the new song.

She posted on Twitter with the caption “Happy Hanukkah!!!! Learned this one in grade school, thought I’d teach it to Roc & Roe, I don’t think they’ve got it yet.”

Mariah Carey

Mariah Carey’s little Christmas extravaganza is all set to be released on December 3rd on the famous online streaming portal AppleTV+. The streaming portal released a trailer of a Christmas special named “Mariah’s Christmas: the magic continues”.

The starlet is seen wearing a very sparkly gown all in gold as she steps onto the stage and sings “Christmas (Baby please come home)”. She is seen surrounded by a dozen dancers and choir people as the snow keeps on falling on her.

The small trailer also gives a sneak peek of the twins as well as her former husband Nick Cannon as she says in the video can’t not celebrate Christmas with the world.”

The special to be released just ahead of Christmas will also feature an all-exclusive and first ever performance of Mariah Carey on her new song “fall in love at Christmas” in which she collaborates with Grammy award winner Kirk Franklin and Khalid.

Mariah Carey is all about festive spirit this year as she is attempting to spread happiness across the globe while the world struggles to get rid of the harrowing shadows of the coronavirus pandemic.

Carey also collaborated with the famous fast-food chain McDonald’s for their famous orders campaign.According to the reports, from December 13, McDonald’s will offer the Mariah menu which will feature all the most loved items of the singer such as the Big Mac, Classic cheeseburger, and the signature warm apple pie as well as the soft-baked chocolate chip cookies.