Thanksgiving is right here and celebrities are on the point of rejoice.
When talking with Fox News Digital, stars shared their favourite Thanksgiving traditions and what they’re grateful for this vacation season.
“I am thankful for health,” Rascal Flatts’ Gary LeVox mentioned. “I’m thankful for my family. I am thankful that the pandemic is over. I’m thankful to be working. Gosh, just to have … air in my lungs, you know, that in itself is a blessing because, I mean, I just, you know, we lost so many people during COVID. I mean, I could count there was over 20 some friends and acquaintances that I knew passed during COVID.”
For LeVox, the Thanksgiving vacation traditions are all about three issues: “football, great food [and] sweatpants.”
Anna Faris is grateful all her youngsters are comfortable. Faris shares son Jack with ex-husband Chris Pratt, and he or she is stepmom to husband Michael Barrett’s two youngsters.
“I’m so grateful that all three kids, I have two stepkids and one son who is 10, are really happy right now, because when they’re not happy, that is rough,” Faris mentioned. Faris’ “The Estate” co-star, Australian actress Toni Collette, says she’s grateful “for the opportunities and the adventures that come my way.”
Christian music singer Matthew West appears ahead to the vacation season because it provides him the chance to spend some much-needed high quality time along with his household.
“I’m a traveling musician and being gone is the story of my year, so there’s something so special about when the calendar and the shows and the tour bus parks and I get back to Nashville and I walk in the door, and it’s officially Thanksgiving, or it’s officially Christmas,” West mentioned. “That family time is precious and sacred. I have some favorite traditions, but a lot of them deal with time spent with each other.”
Canadian singer Lindsay Ell agrees with West.
“My favorite holiday tradition is just getting to hang at home. We travel so much throughout the year that it’s nice just to get some time, sit in some sweatpants and watch good movies and eat good food,” she mentioned.
Jason Momoa says his favourite vacation custom revolves round his youngsters and spending time watching nice films like “Home Alone.”
Meanwhile, Jessie James Decker is already anticipating the subsequent massive vacation, noting that her “favorite holiday tradition is … putting the Christmas tree up with the kids, drinking apple cider and listening to Christmas music.”
For Joe Jonas, the purpose of the Thanksgiving vacation is “to be with family,” and naturally the meals.
“Growing up, it was watching football and hanging out with friends and family … just being together, and that’s what matters,” Jonas mentioned, including that in terms of meals, he places “as much gravy on everything as possible.”
“I think the tradition … is that I still separate the different items of food on my plate. My dad, he always had to separate, and I think it’s carried on.”
For Alison Sweeney, Thanksgiving is all about taking stock of every part in her life that she is grateful for, saying that she is “thankful for so many things.” She defined that she is most grateful for her youngsters and “for their health” and “for this amazing life” she has.
“As a parent, I love celebrating Thanksgiving because it is an opportunity to stop and be thankful and share that experience with your kids and help them see how grateful they are,” Sweeney mentioned. “I started a thing with my kids where I ask them to write down every night three things they’re grateful for, and it can be little things like, ‘I didn’t have to take the trash out today’ or ‘I’m grateful for my dog’ — just to spend a minute thinking about what you’re grateful for that day and making that a lifelong habit.”
Sweeney additionally admitted that Thanksgiving is her favourite vacation of the yr, principally as a result of the Thanksgiving feast is her “favorite meal of the year” and one thing that she prepares for every year.
“I think about it a lot throughout the year, and I really aim towards it, preparing myself physically and mentally for this day. ‘What time am I going to eat? Which thing am I going to eat first? What is this plate going to entail?'” Sweeney mentioned. “I love everything. I love the smell of the kitchen, and I start making the sides and stuff like three days in advance, and I love it. I love every part of it. I don’t even mind the cleaning up afterwards. I love it all.”
Fox News Digital’s Larry Fink contributed to this report.