"It took me about twenty hours to make thirty pies," the lifestyle mogul shared in an Instagram post Wednesday. "Ten pecan brown butter rum, ten cranberry tarts in almond crusts, and ten five spice powder flavored pumpkin pies in pate brisee crusts."
She continued, alongside multiple photos of the pies: "Everyone who works on the farm got to choose one of the three pies I was making this year I hope they like their choices. (I kept one of each for my thanksgiving lunch ). Now onto the stuffings and the turkeys and the sides !!!"
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"I wanted to take this minute to give thanks to all of you for everything you do for me throughout the year. I appreciate it. It doesn't go unnoticed. Here's a glimpse of our Thanksgiving," he said in the video, which included a photo montage of sweet moments with his kids, Ella, 21, and Ben, 11, whom he shares with his late wife, Kelly Preston.
President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden are just like us – they tuned into Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade Thursday morning, like millions of viewers. But unlike the rest of us, the Bidens called Al Roker during the live NBC broadcast.
"Oh my gosh, look at who’s calling," the "Today" show host said, while showing the president's face pop up on his phone.
“My message (to citizens) is after two years you’re back, America’s back,” Biden said on the call. “There’s nothing we’re unable to overcome, Al, and you’re one of the reasons for that, pal. You’re always up. You’re always rooting.”
Roker responded: “Thank you so much. I hope you’re going to continue to watch the parade. Santa is coming. Santa is coming, Mr. President!”
“I’m waiting for Santa,” Biden replied.
NBC News' Andrea Mitchell shared a picture of the sweet encounter on Twitter. The photo shows the first couple smiling in front of the television as they lean into a cell phone held by Biden.
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— Andrea Mitchell (@mitchellreports) November 25, 2021
The former first lady shared a photo of Sunny, the her family's Portuguese Water Dog, who posed near a "Happy Thanksgiving" banner and a toy turkey breast.
"Happy Thanksgiving from Sunny and our entire family! We hope you all have a wonderful day, giving thanks for everyone you love," Obama tweeted.
Happy Thanksgiving from Sunny and our entire family! We hope you all have a wonderful day, giving thanks for everyone you love. ❤️ pic.twitter.com/O70zcYEM9n
— Michelle Obama (@MichelleObama) November 25, 2021
Former president Barack Obama also shared a Thanksgiving message on Instagram.
"This Thanksgiving, I am reminded of the many things—big and small—we have to be thankful for," he wrote on Instagram. "Michelle and I are especially grateful for our family, for the progress we continue to make as a country, and for the young leaders around the world who are working to build a better future. We send our warmest wishes to everyone celebrating today, and hope you have a wonderful and safe Thanksgiving."
The country music icon shared a rare throwback photo of her and husband Carl Dean on Instagram Thursday: "Happy #Thanksgiving from me and mine to you and yours."
Dean largely stays out of the spotlight, but Parton sharing photos of her elusive husband has sparked praise from fans, who are truly thankful.
"Obsessed with all the Carl Dean publicity lately," commented @haleywould. User @Kellybendetti added, "Hubba hubba. What a cool confident man you've got."
In an appearance on “The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson” from 1977, Parton revealed she met Dean the first day she arrived in Nashville, Tennessee, in 1964. The two would end up tying the knot two years later.
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Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson
Johnson gave more than thanks this holiday. He gave away his own "personal custom truck" to Navy veteran Oscar Rodriguez after the actor heard his story.
"He deserves a lot more than my personal truck," the actor tweeted, alongside a sweet video of the reveal on Wednesday. "Kindness matters to me, so thanks @ORodri240 for being so kind to so many people."
Johnson continued: "Enjoy your new truck dude."
The "Red Notice" star surprised Rodriguez and other fans during a special screening of the film in Los Angeles, but Johnson said he "also wanted to do something BIG… something MASSIVE… something unforgettable for one fan."
Johnson said that "Oscar’s story moved me," explaining that the "proud and humble" veteran "takes care of his 75 year old mom," is a "personal trainer" and "leader at his church" that provides "support and meals for women victimized by domestic violence."
"What the heck is happening!" an emotional Rodriguez said after the reveal.
He deserves a lot more than my personal truck.
Kindness matters to me, so thanks @ORodri240 for being so kind to so many people.
You said it right, just before you drove away ~ it’s just love.
That’s all it is, brother.
Enjoy your new truck dude 🛻👊🏾
— Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) November 25, 2021
Hilaria Baldwin shared gratitude and love for her social media community to celebrate the holiday.
The yoga instructor who is married to Alec Baldwin shared a clip of her children Carmen, and newborn baby Marilu playing in the grocery store on Instagram to express how her community has helped her through "a challenging year."
"One thing struggle has taught me is to say 'I love you more'. It’s what all of this is all about, in my opinion. So, I love you so…with my whole, grateful soul. Happy gratitude day," Baldwin wrote.
"The Pioneer Woman" celebrated the Thanksgiving holiday "Chillin’, relaxin’, (and) laughin’."
Ree Drummond posted a selfie with her and her foster son Jamar while keeping it real about her holiday in the caption saying she was just a few seconds away from her "tryptophan nap."
"Hope you’re all having a happy day! I used squirt whipped cream on my from scratch pecan pie. Bye," she wrote.
Gwen Stefani, Blake Shelton
Ahead of the holiday, Stefani shared with Entertainment Tonight that she was spending Thanksgiving in Oklahoma with her family — and the first time she spends the holiday with Shelton as husband and wife.
"It's a tradition … and we have not been back there since the (July) wedding," Stefani told the publication. "So I'm really looking forward it. We have a new house there. We have, like, a new life there. So it's gonna be our first married Thanksgiving! Very grateful, very excited."
On Instagram, Stefani shared photos of her beautiful dinner table spread along with photos of her home in Oklahoma. "sooooo much to be thankful for @blakeshelton," she captioned the post.
Meanwhile, Shelton was ready for Thursday night football. "Happy Thanksgiving y’all!!! Thankful for fans, family, friends, football," he wrote on Instagram.
Lori Harvey, Michael B. Jordan
Michael B. Jordan joined the Harvey family for the holidays with his girlfriend Lori Harvey almost a week after the couple celebrated their one-year anniversary.
Harvey posted a series of photos that included a selfie of the two snuggled up with a glass of wine, videos of family bonding time, and a mirror photo of Jordan picking her up with more snuggles.
"Extremely thankful," she wrote on her Thursday Instagram post.
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John Legend, Chrissy Teigen
John Legend and Chrissy Teigen celebrated Thanksgiving with a full table and a full spread of delicious food for the holiday.
Teigen shared photos which included their 3-year old son Miles cuddled up, Legend carrying a huge turkey to the table and an adorable photo of their 5-year-old daughter Luna dressed up at the dinner table.
"The first time I have ever been able to enjoy everyone enjoying dinner!! I used to start my Thanksgiving prep with a shot of cafe patron (COFFEE TEQUILA) and I’d pretty much take another every couple of hours," Teigen, who recently celebrated being 100 days sober in October, wrote on Instagram Thursday.
She added: "I didn’t even make any crucial recipe errors this year! toot toot goes the horn! anyhoo hope you had a beautiful holiday. grateful for you and your love."
This Thanksgiving, Hilton is reflecting on the "most fulfilling" year yet.
In a lengthy Instagram post on Thanksgiving, Hilton wrote that she will "never forget all the lessons, challenges and opportunities for growth I've been shown, and I'm grateful for it all—the good, the bad, and everything in between. I’ve grown a lot and I am still evolving."
Hilton, who married Carter Reum earlier this month, also shared she was grateful for her "amazing husband" and the "wonderful friends and family that surrounded us on our wedding weekend and have supported us along the way."
Like Hilton, Cabello took to social media Thursday to share what she's most thankful for.
"I have a lot to be thankful for, but I’m especially grateful that I gotta whole squad trying to hang w me while I meditate," the singer said, alongside a video of her and her pups. "Happy gratitude day everybody! I’m very thankful for all of you on here who send me love, listen to my music, and support me on this creative/ life journey!"
"We’re all alive at the same time in this crazy, confusing, magical world and I do believe we’re all interconnected and are never truly alone," she concluded.
In September, the Blink-182 bassist shared that was cancer-free after being diagnosed with stage 4 diffuse large B-cell lymphoma earlier this year. This Thanksgiving, Hoppus took to Instagram to share that he has "so much to be thankful for."
"This photo is from June," Hoppus wrote, pictured over a toilet, "halfway through chemo, no idea if it was working or not, relegated to the bathroom floor, retching. If I ever complain about something trivial or unimportant, please show me this photo to remind me of how bad things can be, and how truly blessed I am."
He concluded: "I hope you all have an amazing day with friends and family. Happy Thanksgiving."
The "All I Want for Christmas Is You" singer may be ready for Christmas already, but she's not skipping over Thanksgiving dinner. Carey tweeted that she started cooking her "anointed greens" bright and early on Thursday.
When a fan asked where the macaroni and cheese is, Carey assured everyone that the preparation for the dinner staple is "happening tonight!"
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Good morning!! Started my anointed greens!!! 👩🍳 pic.twitter.com/8BH1cKJXBo
— Mariah Carey (@MariahCarey) November 25, 2021
Hudson wished everyone a happy Thanksgiving doing what she does best – singing. As her family prepares for the holiday, the "American Idol" alum sang a rendition of her and Angela Bassett's song "He Loves Me Still," from the 2013 film "Black Nativity."
"We are getting ready for Thanksgiving and I just wanted to stop and wish you all a very happy Thanksgiving," Hudson said in a Twitter video Thursday. She added, "I’m so thankful for His grace and mercy ! What are yal thankful for ??"
Happy Thanksgiving from my family to yours ! I’m so thankful for His grace and mercy ! What are yal thankful for ?? I would also love to know what your Thanksgiving tradition is ! pic.twitter.com/TXPLMq5Oex
— Jennifer Hudson (@IAMJHUD) November 25, 2021
The "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" talk show host is losing even his hair to make sure Thanksgiving goes according to plan. On Instagram Thursday, Kimmel shared a photo of himself with burnt hair, writing: "try not to burn your hair and eyebrow off lighting the oven!"
"happy thanksgiving everyone," the comedian wrote.
Artist Lynzy Lab commented: "I can smell this picture."
Kimmel also shared a photo of his turkey and called the finished product "burnt hair-smoked turkey."
Joked aside, the talk show host gave thanks to everyone who donated to St. Joseph Center, a Los Angeles-based nonprofit organization that provides aid to low-income and unhoused people. "thanks to everyone who gave to @stjosephctr - @mmcnearney and I matched your donations to feed 1300 families today - we are grateful that an organization like this exists - let’s do it again for xmas!" he shared.
Chrishell Stause and Jason Oppenheim
The "Selling Sunset" stars, who made their relationship public in July, spent their Thanksgiving volunteering at the Los Angeles Mission and serving meals to the homeless.
"Had such a great day volunteering with @thelamission who hosted such an amazing Thanksgiving for the homeless of LA today," Stause, who said she was homeless growing up, wrote on Instagram Thursday alongside a snap with Oppenheim. "This is a cause close to my heart and I feel like speaking on it helps dismiss the conventional stereotype some people have of who these people are."
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