Bieber says that 'every new day is another blessing', George Lopez gives turkey recipe, Gomez and Kim Kardashian thank their fans during the festivity.
Celebrities including Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, Kim Kardashian and more have taken it to their Twitter pages to send their best wishes for Thanksgiving. Some even shared their activities during the festivity.
"#HappyThanksgiving from this Canadian. I could write a whole book saying all that Im #thankful 4...but let me just say that every new day is another blessing," Bieber wrote. Gomez, in the meantime, tweeted, "Happy thanksgiving everyone. I can't even describe how thankful I am for y'all! Love you."
"Happy Thanksgiving! I am so thankful for all of you!" Kim posted her wishes. The 30-year-old TV icon later shared about her Thanksgiving gathering, writing "We ate too much! RT @KendallJenner just ate so much food with my whole fam! that food was amazing! :D thanksgiving is the best!!"
George Lopez added, "Happy Thanksgiving! Need a last minute Turkey recipe? I got this!" before linking to video on how to make "smokin' turkey recipe" from his pal Sylvester Stallone. As for Ashley Greene, who recently visited George on his show "Lopez Tonight", also shared hers.
"I'm thankful for this yummy yummy Thanksgiving Dinner with my loved ones," Ashley tweeted and posted a picture of a dining table which has food served on it. "Jersey Shore" star Snooki wrote hers, "Happy thanksgiving everyone!! Enjoy your day with your family :)"
"Had a wonderful day w the family -Happy Thxgiving tweeples -Im so thankful 2 have all of u as my friends," Jessica Alba sent her best wishes. Scarlett Johansson also felt blessed for the occasion, writing "Just had some Thanksgiving food. It's really nice to have a family dinner where everyone actually gets along for once. xoxo - SJ."
"Don't take anything nor anyone for granted, because one day it might not be there. Happy Thanksgiving," Scarlett continued. "Hope you have a wonderful day. Be thankful for what you have; not bitter for what you don't."