What Heidi Klum, Katie Holmes, and more of our fave fit celebs have planned this Turkey Day
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Adorable actress Emma Roberts loves her stuffing so much, she eats it year round! "On Thanksgiving we always just have a big feast. Stuffing is my favorite food in the world! I actually have been known to go buy stuffing and make it in the middle of summer," she admitted to Us Weekly.
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Isla Fisher has a lot to be grateful for this holiday season, especially when it comes to her husband Sacha Baron Cohen's wardrobe choices. "I'm thankful my husband no longer wears the mankini that he did in Borat so I'm very grateful this year," the 36-year-actress dished to Rachel Ray. "We're actually going to be in London. We're heading home to spend time with the family."
But the Australian beauty admits that cooking can be a challenge. "I love to cook, I'm not good like you. I enjoy cooking, but I have a meat thermometer so I make sure no one gets food poisoning."
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Despite rumors Katie Homes would be putting her differences aside to spend Thanksgiving with ex Tom Cruise in Colorado, the actress recently revealed her real plans to Jimmy Fallon while on his late night show. According to Holmes, she's headed home to visit her family in Ohio! "Many years ago, my dad started this tradition where we all do this run in the local park," she said. "It's a three-mile run called the 'Turkey Trot.' There's even a prize, which I haven't won yet. But it's really fun."
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Actress Elizabeth Banks definitely isn't afraid of some extra calories when it comes to turkey day. "My Thanksgiving tradition involves a butter stuffing that my mom has made for years and years and years‚ the main ingredient is butter!" she revealed to People.
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Katy Perry is looking forward to spending the holiday with a new bundle of joy! "What's really exciting for me personally these days is that my cousin is having a baby—she's having a little girl and it's like three days before Thanksgiving," the 28-year-old singer revealed to Extra. "So we will have a small, tiny little creature probably the size of a turkey or smaller‚ so we will be welcoming her and she's like the first child to be born into our family in 20-something years, so it's a big deal!"
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Despite her busy schedule, sultry singer Jordin Sparks will be spending turkey day with her main squeeze, musician Jason Derulo. "We make every single moment count together," she told People. "He's even coming to my house for Thanksgiving. It'll be the first time that's happened." Sparks are definitely flying between these love birds! "She [Sparks] spent Thanksgiving at my house last year so we're all pretty acquainted by now," Derulo says.
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Blonde bombshell Pamela Anderson prefers to tickle turkeys instead of eat them. "I go to the Gentle Barn and hang with the turkeys," the 45-year-old vegetarian said to the NY Post. "I tickle them under the wings and I sit them on my lap, and I feed them pumpkin pie." Talk about a unique way to spend Thanksgiving!
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X Factor host Khloe Kardashian and her basketball star hubby, Lamar Odom, will be apart this year, working the holiday away. "Honestly I'm fine with it, because I'm obsessed with my husband—in a healthy way—but he's on the road. He has a game in Brooklyn, so I don't feel guilty, like, 'I'm not going to be able to cook for him,'" the 28-year-old reality star revealed to People. "So I feel better about that, and my sister Kim will be here. And I think my mom will come here that night too. Thanksgiving at The X Factor!"
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Top Chef host Padma Lakshmi is all about fun and games during Thanksgiving. "We play charades, it keeps everyone from falling asleep after a big meal," she told Us Weekly. "I really look forward to that every year!"
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Taylor Swift is one busy lady! The 22-year-old singer celebrated T-Day with her family early because she will be out of the country for the holiday. "This year for Thanksgiving, I'm going to be in Japan. So what my family is doing is we're celebrating Thanksgiving early. We're flying in my brother and my family at the beginning of November," she revealed to OTRC. "For Christmas, I have no idea what I'm going to be doing. I feel like lately, with this album coming out and the promotion and stuff, I feel like I've been kinda shot out of a cannon, so I think Christmas will be when I land from that."
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Newly single mom Jennie Garth is trying to navigate her first holiday season since her split from husband Peter Facinelli. "This is my first shared holiday," Garth told Us Weekly. "Their dad and I are hammering out the details of that, which is weird."
Even though her daughters Luca, Lola, and Fiona will be with Facinelli on Thanksgiving, Garth says they'll still be able to have their own little celebration together. "We're gonna do our Thanksgiving on Saturday. I'm gonna make a whole meal, have them go shopping with me and help me bake everything, and my mom and her husband are gonna come over," she said.
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Another newly single mom, Heidi Klum plans to celebrate the holidays at home with her kids, and likely without estranged hubby Seal. "We're going to stay [in L.A.], possibly," the 39-year-old Project Runway host told reporters at a recent charity gala. "We're going to get a big Christmas tree and we might go to Disneyland. We go all over the place."
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Who would have thought Beverly Hills housewife and infamous socialite Kyle Richards likes to cook? "My sister Kim and I have competitions with our turkeys on Thanksgiving, and my sister Kathy loves my famous mashed potatoes. I really have fun cooking during the holidays. My kids love to help me," the 43-year-old reality star told Us Weekly. "It's just family tradition to have everyone cooking together, and we have holiday parties as well.
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Country crooner Reba McEntire likes to spice things up on Thanksgiving. She dished to Good Housekeeping, "...This hamburger-and-bean dish and Mexican corn bread that I like to cook. That's my contribution. Not very Thanksgiving-ish, but I like it."