It’s Turkey Day! Thanksgiving has arrived in the United States, and with it come the annual traditions of good food, great friendship, and appreciation for all the blessings one has this year. Some of the most famous people in music, politics, television, and more jumped on the holiday festivities. Michelle Obama, Catherine Zeta-Jones, and Jimmy Kimmel were some of the famous people who started Thanksgiving celebrations on the Internet. Check out all the stars celebrating below.
“I hope everyone has a wonderful day filled with love, gratitude, and lots of food,” wrote the First Lady of the United States. Michelle Obama. Michelle there was a picture about her husband, the former President Barack Obamaand their two daughters, Sasha and Mourning. It was a sweet picture of the First Family on a day of bonding with your family members – whether they be your biological family or your chosen family. Michelle wrote: “From our family to yours, have a wonderful thank you.”
“I wish everyone a happy Thanksgiving!” Barack wrote on Instagram. “As we celebrate, let’s be thankful for all the blessings in our lives and give back where we can. We also think of the brave men and women who are serving our country far from home.”
“Happy Thanksgiving!!!” he wrote Mariah Carey as they share some of the highlights of their performance of “All I Want For Christmas Is You” at the end of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. “I am thankful and proud of my beautiful children Roc and Roe, thankful for the lamb and precious moments in life. [heart emojis] Now, it’s time!!! “…
This year I am very grateful to the people I have met in all the prisons in the country,” he wrote Kim Kardashian in his message of thanks. Kim met him again Khloé Kardashianand ex Tristan Thompson, in his message and thanked the NBA champion. “This week @realtristan13 and I had an inspiring Friendsgiving dinner with the boys incarcerated at Camp Kilpatrick. These boys have found their way to this model camp in Malibu because of good behavior. Many are in college classes and have made a big difference in their lives.”
“My favorite part of our dinner was going around the table and hearing what their dreams and aspirations are. I can’t wait to see them all come true. Thank you to the staff at the facility and @antirecidivismcoalition, @scottbudnick1 and @swlewis01 for being with me. Congratulations to the men and women who away from their families this year. Special shout out to Darius, William, Matthew, Tony, Carlos, Daniel, Monte, Matthew, Alan, Kevin, Carlos at Camp Kilpatrick. Love you guys!”
Millie Bobby Brown
“thankful for abundance, things, and animals,” Millie Bobby Brown wrote on Nov. 24. British Strange Things the actress went on vacation in America, sharing a picture of herself in a pink bikini with her boyfriend, Jake Bongiovi.
So thankful for this amazing family today,” he wrote Leah Michele standing in the group of Funny Girl at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Lea did things called “Don’t Rain On My Parade” with her friends, she showed that she can dance.
“Thank You All Beautiful Hearts!” he wrote Christie Brinkley in his message of thanks. “Have more reasons to raise a glass to celebrate..and as a special gift, we’re giving you free gold sippers with every @bellissimaprosecco purchase from our website! http://www.bellissimaprosecco.com Cheers!
“Happy Thanksgiving everyone!” wrote and Barefoot Contessa alone, I’m in the garden. “I hope you have a lot to be thankful for!”
Best wishes to Americans near and far,” Catherine Zeta-Jones posted to Instagram. The Wednesday star shared pictures of her family, Michael Douglas and children Dylan and Carys Douglas. “With the commitment of work this year, we are not on the turkey trail but we are very grateful for the blessings of health, happiness, and family. Love to you all.”
Jimmy Kimmel – who has the history of Thanksgiving beef and Jennifer Aniston – reminded everyone that Thanksgiving is a time to help the poor. Standing next to a roast turkey, Jimmy asked his followers to “Help @StJosephCtr bring food to families in need this Thanksgiving. No amount is too small – Molly and I will match $50k! Link to donate in bio.”
After missing the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade due to his recent health issues, Al Roker shared her T-Day wishes on Instagram. “So much to be thankful for this #thanksgiving day. Leaving the hospital and going home for #thanksgivingdinner.” He later provided updates from home, including where he watched the shows. “Back home to catch a little #macythanksgivingdayparade Missing being around @savannahguthrie and @hodakotb.”
Keep coming back to this post throughout Thanksgiving to see more stars celebrating!