THE Kardashians showed no signs of slowing down in the pandemic, as they pulled out all the stops to celebrate Thanksgiving.
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The Jenner sisters kicked things off by dancing in matching sweats to RUN DMC’s It’s Tricky in a playful clip.
Kylie, 23, and Kendall, 25, paraded around their living room to act out descriptions like “funny drunk” and “sloppy drunk” and “high maintenance” and “low maintenance”.
Their older sister Khloe, meanwhile, proved she wouldn’t be eating too much at the Thanksgiving meal as she slipped into a skintight pair of Good American jeans.
The Kardashians put on quite the spread for their meal, which featured Oreo chocolate cakes, several huge charcuterie boards and of course, turkey, stuffing and all the trimmings.
There was even a “S’mores bar” set up, with marshmallows and chocolate bars ready to be toasted next to a mini fire.
Elsewhere, Chrissy Teigen enlisted the help of her mom Vilailuck to get glam, letting followers into her hair and makeup routine.
She then spent the day cooking up a Thanksgiving feast, before posing in a fluffy red-trim dressing gown in the kitchen.
Gwyneth Paltrow had an unconventional Thanksgiving, as she took her children Apple, 16 and Moses, 14, to visit her dad Bruce’s grave.
The Iron Man actress then treated her family to a huge spread with several different types of gravy and joked to her fans: “I’m never eating again.”
RHONJ’s Teresa Giudice made the day all about her four daughters, who she got all dressed up with for a sweet family pic.
The reality star wore a sexy snake-print jumpsuit as she posed with Gia, Milania, Gabriella and Audriana.
“Thankful for my daughters strength to stand tall in this world #legacy #standingstrong #lovelovelove,” the 48-year-old captioned it.
Elsewhere, Arnold Schwarzenegger shared a video of himself sitting in front of a decadent 24-pound cooked turkey, complete with an impressive glass handled carving knife sticking out of it.
The Terminator star reminded his fans there are many people in difficult situations who cannot afford food, let alone a luscious Turkey dinner.
He asked his fans: “What do you do to give back during the holidays?”
“Be thankful, be safe, and if you’re able, give back. Every year, I donate 500 turkeys in East LA to the Hollenbeck Center,” Arnie wrote on Instagram.
“This year I couldn’t be there in person to celebrate together, but I sent the turkeys.”