See How the Stars Are Celebrating Thanksgiving 2019
The Cyrus Family
Miley Cyrus and Cody Simpson celebrated their first Thanksgiving together alongside Cyrus' family this year.
The chef and former Food Network host spent her day with City Meals, prepping, cooking and serving 22,000 meals for those in need.
"7 minutes after this photo, I got turkey in my eye. Now that I’m fully recovered, Happy Thanksgiving!" the Live With Kelly and Ryan host captioned this family shot.
The actor spent his morning watching the 93rd annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade from The Dakota building in N.Y.C.
Daddy-daughter time was the theme of the Jersey Shore star's Thanksgiving this year.
Gwen Stefani & Blake Shelton
The two continued their tradition of heading to Shelton's Lake Texoma, Oklahoma property to celebrate the holiday and cook up their very first turkey covered with Funyuns. Stefani's son Apollo suggested the creative dish and thought Shelton was going to cook it, until The Voice judge jokingly countered, "No, you are."
The mom-to-be knows the difficulty of taking a good group photo, but she posted hers anyway and wished her Instagram followers a happy Thanksgiving.
The mom of two and her son Dylan shared their amazing view of the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade via Instagram video.
Hailey & Justin Bieber
The newlyweds started their holiday with a quick juice run in Miami, Florida.
President Donald Trump
The Commander in Chief made a surprise Thanksgiving day visit to the troops at Bagram Air Field in Afghanistan.
Eva Amurri & Kyle Martino
Hilaria & Alec Baldwin
On the heels of suffering from her second miscarriage in seven months, the mom of four celebrated the holiday with husband Alec and her kids. She then listed everything she was thankful for on Instagram, writing, "I’m thankful for our first baby. I’m thankful for my three boys. Thankful for my husband, who through good times and difficult ones is my constant companion. My family and friends—thank you. And our community here: I’m thankful for all of you, who support me in such powerful and endearing ways. Please know that your company means the world 💙💚💙💚"
Gabrielle Union & Dwyane Wade
"Grateful ❤❤❤," Union captioned her Thanksgiving post, which was accompanied by a photo of herself, daughter Kaavia James, husband Wade and the former Miami Heat star's second-youngest child Zion Malachi Airamis, who can be seen resting a hand on Wade’s shoulder, showing off some long nails as well as a slightly cropped top.
The photo recieved some criticism online, to which Wade responded on Twitter, "I’ve seen some post-thanksgiving hate on social about my family photo. Stupidity is apart of this world we live in—so I get it. But here’s the thing—I’ve been chosen to lead my family not y’all. So we will continue to be us and support each other with pride, love & a smile!"
"Getting a family pic on Thanksgiving was a task, but we did it before the pajama change for the car ride home!!" the singer captioned her precious family snap.
"I woke up this morning with the continued warm and cozy feeling of gratitude. Hope everyone had a blessed Thanksgiving!" she added.
"♡ Everyday I give thanks that I was chosen to be your mommy! I’ll never ever take this role for granted!" the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star wrote on Instagram. "Thank you Tutu! I will easily love you until the end of time! ♡"
The actress and her baby girl Rani Rose were all smiles on their couch after their big Thanksgiving feast.
Friendsgiving was in full effect this week for stars Swift, Gigi Hadid, Antoni Porowski, Martha Hunt and more. Snippets of their fun-filled event were captured on each of the stars' Instagram stories, including Hadid's, who wrote, “Friendsgiving this week 🙂 love you all [so much].”
"all servants served. #happythanksgiving," the actor captioned an Instagram slideshow of photos of himself serving food and posing with first responders.
Carrie Ann Inaba
The Dancing with the Stars judge hosted an early Friendsgiving in L.A., with hand and foot massages from Manly Handz, mini facials and face mask treatments with the new Korean skincare brand Aloisia Marie from celeb facialist, Camaille Victoria, vitamin IV from Mobile IV medics and custom holiday ornaments from Brown & Co designs and jewelry from Emma J Company. Lemonade provided food, Polkatots made a custom cupcake cake and drinks were provided via an ice tea bar by VitaCup.
Jon M Chu
The director braved harsh winds to watch the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade with his wife, Kristin Hodge, and his two kids, Willow and Jonathan Heights.
The actress had "Jimmy's f**king enchiladas" on her Friendsgiving menu, and also shared the Jimmy Kimmel Live host's reaction on Instagram. In the clip, Kimmel is seen laughing at his personalized dish before saying, "Finally, somebody listened to me."
The mogul spent the holiday in Milwaukee making Thanksgiving dinner with her nieces.
The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story star spent his Thanksgiving morning with Elmo at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade.
"Thankful for my girls ❤️ Happy Thanksgiving!" the actor-now-author captioned this sweet tribute to her three daughters, Rumer, Tallulah and Scout Willis.
Victoria Beckham wished all of her Instagram followers a happy Thanksgiving alongside this precious family photo.
Jimmy Fallon Feeds New Yorkers
The Tonight Show host volunteered at the Food Bank for New York City’s Harlem Community Kitchen, a partner of Feeding America, serving breakfast and helping seniors shop on Nov. 26.
Upon arriving, Fallon got right into the kitchen and served 111 hot meals for breakfast — blueberry pancakes, turkey sausage, milk, orange juice and coffee. He then helped in the pantry, where he assisted community residents in need. Fallon was stationed at the fresh produce area, distributing sweet potatoes, cherry tomatoes, basil, endive, watermelons, collard greens and more.
"Thank you everyone for letting me volunteer with @foodbank4nyc Community Kitchen in Harlem, a partner of @feedingamerica. You are all angels for what you do. It feels SO good to me to give back even just a little and get some smiles early in the morning. And I’m ALWAYS down for a selfie if you ask me," Fallon wrote on Instagram.
Megan Thee Stallion Hands out Turkeys in Texas
Megan Thee Stallion spent an hour at the Houston Food Bank Portwall Pantry on Nov. 26, where she contributed $15,400 worth of turkeys to 1050 households in time for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Big Sean Goes Home to Help
Detroit-raised Big Sean joined volunteers at the 2019 Annual Allstar Giveback: Thanksgiving Edition event at River Rouge High School in River Rouge, Michigan, on Nov. 26. The event, founded and organized by Tarence Wheeler, gives away over 5,000 Thanksgiving turkey dinners annually.
21 Savage Brings His Mom to a YMCA Meal
On Nov. 26, rapper 21 Savage and his Leading by Example Foundation hosted an inaugural Thanksgiving dinner at the YMCA Wade Walker in Atlanta. 21 Savage served more than 300 families in his hometown, Dekalb County, alongside his mother Heather, family and friends.
The Kardashian-Jenners Give Back
The Kardashian crew got a head start on Giving Tuesday by handing out Thanksgiving meals to families in need on Nov. 23. Matriarch Kris Jenner stopped by the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank with daughters Kim and Kourtney and boyfriend Corey Gamble to serve up Turkey Day classics to more than 100 families and join in on arts and crafts for the younger kids.
"As we head into the holiday season, it’s a reminder to be thankful for all of our blessings and I’m so grateful," Jenner wrote of the moving experience on Instagram. "It’s important to me and my family to give back."
Kylie Jenner Throws a Buzz-Worthy Friendsgiving
The Kylie Cosmetics mogul has never shied away from an excuse to show off her entertaining abilities, and she pulled out all the stops for her annual Friendsgiving feast. In addition to her signature mac n' cheese, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star also whipped up candied yams, green bean casserole, stuffing, corn muffins and, of course, turkey.
Her elegantly decorated table settings featured crafty name tags for each of her guests, and one in particular set the Internet abuzz: Beyoncé. Sadly, Bey wasn't actually there — the name tags were all inside jokes pegged to each pal, with sister Kendall dubbed "Daddy Long Legs" and Kylie herself as "$600 mill," in a cheeky nod to her recent $600 million sale of a majority stake in Kylie Cosmetics to beauty conglomerate Coty.
Demi Lovato Celebrates Friendsgiving with Her New Beau
Just a few weeks after going Instagram official with a smooching snap, the "Sorry Not Sorry" singer and new boyfriend Austin Wilson celebrated Friendsgiving together at Lovato's home.
Joined by a group of her close pals, the singer shared several videos of the festivities on Instagram, including one thanking chef Art Smith for the delicious dishes he created for the occasion.