From cooking with family to giving back to their community, here's a look at how some of your favorite stars are spending Thanksgiving this year.
Sheryl Underwood, Amanda Kloots, and Natalie Morales
The hosts of The Talk go to Project Angel Food, which prepares and delivers medically tailored healthy meals to people impacted by illness. The Project Angel Food kitchen in Hollywood is in full meal prep mode with 15 volunteers and 10 staff chefs at work. All three hosts jump in and help with meal prep and packaging, and then hand deliver a meal to a nearby client in Hollywood.
On Thanksgiving morning, the actor helps prepare healthy meals for people impacted by illness with non-profit organization Project Angel Food in Los Angeles, California.
The DJ spends time with her son Phoenix while wearing the KNESKO Green Jade Eye Mask on Nov. 23.
Ne-Yo helps out with Performance Foodservice by serving Thanksgiving meals to 200 single mothers and their children at City of Refuge in Atlanta on Nov. 22.
The country crooner performs at the Mission: Possible Turkey Fry and Concert at Wildhorse Saloon on Nov. 21 in Nashville, Tennessee.
The Emily In Paris star wears a long bright red coat while out in New York City on Nov. 21 ahead of Thanksgiving.
The singer is out and about in New York City on Nov. 21 ahead of the Thanksgiving Day Parade.
The rapper speaks during the 18th annual Harris Community Works turkey drive at Jackson Memorial Baptist Church on Nov. 21 in Atlanta, Georgia.
Kandi Burruss and Mom Joyce Jones
The Real Housewives of Atlanta star and her mom attend the 2023 Kandi C.A.R.E.S Foundation Thanksgiving Grocery Store Pop Up at at John D. Milner Athletic Complex on Nov. 21 in East Point, Georgia. Burruss' foundation reportedly distributed 800 Thanksgiving food goods to Atlanta metro area families via car pickup before the Thanksgiving holiday.
Fat Joe attends his Thanksgiving Food Drive at UPNYC on Nov. 21 in New York City.
President Joe Biden
President Joe Biden pardons the national Thanksgiving turkey, Liberty, during a ceremony on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, D.C., on Nov. 20.
The rapper poses at the Quavo Cares and Huncho Farms event on Nov. 20 in support of feeding 300 local Atlanta families. The event was also in partnership with Urban Recipe.
On Nov. 20, the rapper collaborates with Rosecrans and The Zeus Network to give back to the Compton community with turkeys and other Thanksgiving food.
Tayshia Adams, Bridget Moynahan and Emma Roberts
The ladies help out Feeding America as the organization hosts holiday volunteer opportunities at the Urban Outreach Center of NYC.
The Modern Family actress teams up with Feeding America to distribute pies to neighbors in need at Union Station Homeless Services in Pasadena, California.