Happy Thanksgiving from the stars.
Some of the biggest names in Hollywood took to social media on Thursday to give fans a glimpse into their holiday celebrations with their loved ones.
From the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade to lavish spreads at home, take a look at how celebrities are spending Turkey Day in 2022.
The pregnant Cravings cookbook author documented her entire Thanksgiving meal prep via Instagram Stories this week, with the process starting a day in advance.
She gave fans a sneak peek at the scrambled eggs, cranberry sauce, and pumpkin pie dessert she was making for her husband, John Legend, and their two children, Luna and Miles.
“Jimmy Kimmel Live!” The host also started his Thanksgiving preparations early.
And the TV personality posted a photo of him holding a turkey on Wednesday, while encouraging fans to help the less fortunate.
“Help @StJosephCtr bring food to families in need this Thanksgiving,” he wrote. “No small value – [my wife] Molly and I will match $50,000! Link to donate in bio.
The “Twilight” star had an extra special Thanksgiving this year, as it was her first Thanksgiving as a mom.
The actress, who welcomed daughter Kingsley Rain with husband Paul Khoury in September, shared an adorable photo of her in her little white dress.
“She didn’t have a 🦃 – already in a food coma,” she captioned the sweet photo.
Former President Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle Obama, also used social media to celebrate the holiday.
“Hope everyone is having an amazing day filled with love, gratitude, and lots of great food,” the former First Lady wrote. “From our family to yours, I wish you a Happy Thanksgiving!”
Barak added via Instagram Stories, “As we celebrate, let us be thankful for all the blessings in our lives and give back when we can. We are also thinking of the brave men and women who serve our country far from home.”
The TV personality — who’s expecting her second child with husband Ben Dominique — jokingly called herself a “stuffed turkey” in a snap shared via Instagram Stories.
The daughter of the late politician John McCain also took to Twitter to send best wishes to her followers.
“Happy Thanksgiving weekend to you all!” I wrote. Thinking of everyone who has lost a loved one and finds the holidays challenging and motivating.
She added, “You’re not alone, especially not part of the deceased parents club.” “And for others – there is nothing in politics worth losing love and family. xo.”
Millie Bobby Brown
The “Stranger Things” star told fans she’s “thankful” so much in 2022.
“Thankful for so many people, things and animals,” she captioned a series of photos, where she rocked a pink bikini while posing with boyfriend Jake Bongiovi.
The “Glee” opened the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day show with a performance of “Don’t Rain on My Parade”.
The 2022 event featured 28 floats, 12 marching bands, 700 clowns, and performances by the likes of Paula Abdul, Sean Paul, The Roots, Jordan Sparks, Big Time Rush and Gloria Estefan.
The “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” host was also part of the annual New York City TV Show.
He made several appearances during the show, and was featured in many snaps on social media with a series of artists.
The “Chicago” star spent the holiday with family, including husband Michael Douglas and children Dylan and Carys Douglas.
“Happy Thanksgiving to Americans near and far,” the actress wrote on Instagram.
“With work commitments this year, we are not in Turkey mode but in earnest thanksgiving mode for the blessings of health, happiness and family. Love to you all.”
Bravo’s executive producer was visibly excited to see the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade in Herald Square with friends.
“I am so terrified,” he said in an Instagram story. “This is nonstop.”
Meanwhile, Al Roker watched the show at home with the family after having to miss the festivities for the first time in 27 years.
“Well, here’s my version of the Thanksgiving parade,” he said in a video shared on Instagram. “I’m getting ready to leave the hospital. It’s time to blow up the taco stand. Awesome!”
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