Thanksgiving Day 2015, the day Americans give thanks for everything that's going great in their lives — historically, in terms of good harvest — is upon us. Although the tradition has its roots in religious and cultural traditions, it has been popularised in other ways as well.
For people around the world, Thanksgiving Day is synonymous with stuffing oneself with turkey, cranberry sauces, pies and potatoes. It is quite the celebration in the US, and everyone, including celebrities, is excited about it.
Ahead of Thanksgiving Day 2015, which falls on Thursday, 26 November, here some of the special wishes from some of your favourite celebrities, starting with Demi Lovato, who asks her fans who are in recovery to stay strong during this holiday of indulgence:
For anyone in recovery who gets anxiety about Thanksgiving, just remember.. It's about giving thanks not just the food #staystrong
— Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) November 25, 2015
Hey there are 111.5k of you that follow & support us every single day. We are thankful for every one of you. Love yall Happy Thanksgiving
— The Swon Brothers (@TheSwonBrothers) November 26, 2015
Victoria Moroles, popular as Hayden Romero on MTV's "Teen Wolf", has also started getting into the Thanksgiving spirit, as evidenced from this tweet:
Ariel Winter, who plays Alex Dunphy in ABC's "Modern Family" also left a touching Thanksgiving message for her fans who stood by her through thick and thin:
Happy Thanksgiving Eve- I am grateful for my beautiful fans and the encouraging comments you leave on here and tweet me. I know I called out the ones who left harmful comments but now it's time to shed light on the incredible words of support my fans give me everyday- I am so grateful. Enjoy your holiday and know I love you❣❣❣❣
Talk show host Ellen DeGeneres goes big on all the celebrations, and Thanksgiving is no different. She has been constantly tweeting about the holiday:
It's not easy being this adorable. pic.twitter.com/AAvKYerYkX
— Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) November 26, 2015
Ellen also gave tips to her audience on how to seat their guests at Thanksgiving Dinner.