A 12-year-old boy has become an internet sensation after he sent out an hilarious video parodying Pharrell Williams, Robin Thicke and Frozen in an invitation to his bar mitzvah.
In his three-minute clip, schoolboy Brody Criz puts his own spin on Pharrell Williams' Happy, John Legend's All of Me, Royals by Lorde, Let It Go from Frozen, and Robin Thicke's Blurred Lines.
The video – which has been viewed more than 1.6 million times - sees him swapping the original song lyrics for hilariously placed references to the Old Testament, Manischewitz and Rabbis.
Brody, from Deerfield, Illinois, sings: "Because I'm Jewishhhh...," and "Clap along if you're 13 and you're no longer a youth," to the tune of Happy while dressed as a Rabbi.
He also belts out: "All of me, would love all of you, to come attend my mitzvah party, my mom will probably cry and get all snotty."
His family hired a video production company to make the film, which features a variety of costumes and special effects.
Although super-confident Brody is the star, his family get in on the act, and his brother steals the limelight with his less than enthusiastic performance.
Brody told Today.com: "I love all the attention. I couldn't get enough of it. It's really fun. It's kind of like my 15 minutes of fame."