Courtney Love is among celebs to sing with Adam Sandler – watch

The US actor also teams up with Vanilla Ice, Gene Simmons and Tom Morello

Friday night saw the return of Adam Sandler’s annual Holiday Party in California, where he got very merry with Courtney Love, Gene Simmons, Vanilla Ice, Tom Morello and more.

The celeb-heavy group were snapped, filmed and posted on Instagram partying and singing renditions of familiar songs with Sandler’s band.

The US actor was joined onstage by Courtney Love for a duet of ‘Violet’ by Love’s band Hole. Sandler also sang ‘TNT’ by AC/DC and ‘Rock and Roll All Nite’ by Kiss, during which he teamed up with Gene Simmons.

Rage Against The Machine man Tom Morello joined Sandler for a track too and Vanilla Ice rapped his 1990 hit ‘Ice Ice Baby’.

See the shenanigans for yourself below:

Soundcheck with @adamsandler we’re going to rock the roof off tomorrow night

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Happy Madison Party. 2015.

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@adamsandler @courtneylove duet of “Violet” – these guys are amazing !

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And some more Adam Sandler doing ACDC. #AdamSandler #ACDC #happymadisonholidayparty

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Can’t celebrate the season without a little #iceicebaby #robertmatthewvanwinkle aka #vanillaice @jessiegrape

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Vanilla Ice was in the press earlier this year after he stole a pool heater, bicycles and furniture.

The rapper was arrested in February after stealing from a property in Florida. The Lantana Police Department told journalists at the time that the arrest was made in relation to his reality TV show The Vanilla Ice Project. The rapper turned TV personality said the incident was a “misunderstanding”.

However, the 47 year old – real name Robert Van Winkle – accepted a plea deal that spared him charges of grand theft in court on Thursday. The grand theft charge carried a maximum penalty of five years in prison and a $5,000 (£3,300) fine.

Instead, Van Winkle chose to perform 100 hours of community service and paid $1,333 (£893) to the owner of the property that was broken into.