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Wednesday
Nov222017

Avenged Sevenfold drummer to sit in on "Late Night with Seth Meyers" 

Lester Cohen/Getty Images for Capitol Music GroupAvenged Sevenfold drummer Brooks Wackerman is taking his talents to NBC's Late Night with Seth Meyers.

The band tweeted that Wackerman will sit in with the show's house band, The 8G Band, December 4-7.

As Blabbermouth.net notes, the show has also welcomed other top rock drummers for appearances with The 8G Band, including Tool's Danny Carey, Tim Alexander of Primus, Iron Maiden's Nicko McBrain, Abe Cunningham of Deftones, and Charlie Benante of Anthrax.

Avenged Sevenfold will release a deluxe edition of their new album The Stage December 22. They'll embark on a North American headlining tour in January.

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Wednesday
Nov222017

We Salute You: Private funeral for AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young to be held Tuesday in Sydney

Engelke/ullstein bild via Getty ImagesFamily and friends will bid a final farewell to AC/DC's Malcolm Young this Tuesday.

The late guitarist and AC/DC co-founder's funeral will be November 28 at St. Mary's Cathedral in Sydney, according to Australia's News.com.au.  The website reveals that the funeral will be private and that the Young family has requested that the event not be broadcast.

The service will be held the same day as the ARIA Awards, Australia's equivalent to the Grammys. The ceremony likely will feature a salute to Malcolm, as well as to his brother George Young, who died last month at age 70 and was a member of bands including The Easybeats and Flash and the Pan. Malcolm passed away this past Saturday at the age of 64 from complications of dementia.

Following Malcolm's death, many well-known rockers issued tributes to the influential guitarist, including his former AC/DC band mate, Brian Johnson.  The singer wrote, "I am saddened by the passing of my friend Malcolm Young, I can't believe he's gone. We had such great times on the road. I was always aware that he was a genius on guitar, his riffs have become legend, as has he…He has left a legacy that I don't think many can match. He never liked the celebrity side of fame, he was too humble for that…I am proud to have known him and call him a friend, and I'm going to miss him so much."

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Wednesday
Nov222017

Patti LaBelle and friends are "Home for the Holidays" on new album

Courtesy of GPE RecordsPatti LaBelle is releasing brand-new album for fans just in time for the holiday season. 

The disc is titled Patti LaBelle and Friends -- Home for the Holidays and features the icon, and special guest vocalists like Tamela MannRuden Studdard and Vivian Green, singing holiday and spiritual classics. 

Patti LaBelle and Friends arrives Friday, November 24. 

In addition, Patti will perform her latest single, "Don't Save It All For Christmas Day" at the 91st annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade this Thursday, November 23 on NBC beginning at 9 a.m. in all time zones, with a replay at 2:00 p.m.. 

You can visit Macys.com or follow Macy's on social media for more details.  

Here's the track list for Patti LaBelle and Friends -- Home for the Holidays:  

"My Favorite Things" -- Jamar Jones featuring Vivian Green
"Don’t Save It All for Christmas Day" -- Patti LaBelle
"Presence with Me" -- Ruben Studdard
"Maybe Next Year" -- Vivian Green
"Mary Did You Know?" -- Patti LaBelle
"Let It Snow" -- Ruben Studdard
"Brazilian Sleigh Bells" -- Jamar Jones
"The Christmas Song" -- Vivian Green
"O What a Night" -- Jamar Jones
"Christmas Time Is Here" -- Jamar Jones, Patti LaBelle & Friends
"Grown Up Christmas List" -- Patti LaBelle
"Jesus King!" -- Patti LaBelle and Tamela Mann
"Avé Maria" -- Ruben Studdard
"Brahms Lullaby" -- Patti LaBelle 

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Wednesday
Nov222017

Watch now: Sia releases star-studded video for “Santa’s Coming for Us”

RJ ShaughnessySia may never show her face, but she did enlist some other famous faces to appear in the new video for her Christmas tune, “Santa’s Coming for Us.”

The video features a retro Christmas family celebration, with real-life married couple Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard starring as the parents. Stranger ThingsCaleb McLaughlin, IT’s Sophia Lillis and Guardians of the Galaxy 2’s Wyatt Oleff are the children, while Henry Winkler and Susan Lucci play the grandparents. JB Smoove plays Santa Claus.

The family decorates the tree, opens presents and has a sing-along/dance party at the end.

“Santa’s Coming for Us” is the first single off Sia’s all-original holiday album, Everyday Is Christmas.

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Wednesday
Nov222017

Stand up for Common and Andra Day during Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade broadcast 

(L-R): Common, Andra Day; ABC/Image Group LACommon and Andra Day are teaming up with the Girl Scouts of the USA for an appearance at this year's Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade event in New York City.

Both stars will perform their hit track "Stand Up for Something," which is featured on the Marshall soundtrack, on the organization's "Building a Better World" float.

"I am so excited to help Girl Scouts in it mission to build girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place," says Andra in a statement. 

"I encourage all girls to take action in their communities and effect change -- to take a stand." 

You can watch Common and Andra's appearance, and much more, on NBC's live telecast of the 91st Macy's Thanksgiving Parade November 23 beginning at 9 a.m. in all time zones, with a repeat at 2:00 p.m. 

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Wednesday
Nov222017

98 Degrees excited to perform new holiday single “in a grand fashion” at Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

ABC/Lorenzo Bevilaqua98 Degrees has been on the road touring and promoting their new Christmas album, Let It Snow. But the guys will be switching to Thanksgiving mode at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade tomorrow.

Nick Lachey, Drew Lachey, Jeff Timmons and Justin Jeffre will be cruising down the streets of New York City on a float while performing their new holiday tune.

“We're on the Hallmark float and I think we're gonna be the doing the single, ‘Season of Love,’ so we're really excited to get it out there on such a massive level,” Jeff tells ABC Radio.

He adds that the parade’s record-breaking audience -- with millions of people tuning in worldwide, as well as attending in person -- is the perfect way to introduce the song “in a grand fashion.”

This will be the group’s third time participating in the parade, and they have just one wish for this time around. 

“Hopefully it doesn’t rain tomorrow,” Drew says. Justin agrees, “Hope the weather's gonna be better than it's been in the past for us!”

The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade starts on NBC at 9 a.m. in all time zones and encores at 2 p.m. Other performers include Gwen Stefani, Andy Grammer, Goo Goo Dolls, Flo Rida, and legendary singers Smokey Robinson and Patti LaBelle.

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Wednesday
Nov222017

20 years ago today, Death Cab for Cutie played their first show -- and you can hear it now 

BandcampNot many bands would want people to hear their very first show, but Death Cab for Cutie evidently doesn't mind if you listen to how they sounded before they were polished professionals.

Today marks the 20th anniversary of Death Cab's first-ever performance, which took place in their hometown of Bellingham, Washington.  They've now released never-before-heard audio of that show via Bandcamp.  

The digital album, called FIRST SHOW, ACOUSTIC AT THE PACER HOUSE, BELLINGHAM WA. 11?/?22?/?97, costs four bucks, with a portion of the proceeds to benefit The Aurora Commons, a local Seattle, WA charity.

In a statement, Death Cab frontman Ben Gibbard explains that the recording was made by the band's pal, Trevor Adams, on his dictaphone. 

Describing that night, he writes, "Sprawled across couches and sitting cross-legged on the floor were 25 of our closest friends and fellow musicians.  Everyone played acoustic or semi-acoustic with no PA.  Trevor made and passed bowl after bowl of microwave popcorn because he was (and I assume still is) a great host."

Gibbard continues, "None of us thought we were starting a band nor did our ambitions for DCFC extend very far past this particular evening. We simply thought it would be fun to play these songs for our friends before moving on to other things." 

"I remain forever grateful to Trevor for inviting us to play in his living room 20 years ago today," Gibbard concludes. "It was one of the greatest nights of my life at the time and its significance has only grown since."

The Death Cab lineup for that night included Gibbard, Chris Walla, Nick Harmer on bass and Chris's childhood friend, Nathan Good, on drums.  Gibbard and Harmer are still members of the band; Walla left in 2014.

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Wednesday
Nov222017

Nothing More scores first #1 with "Go to War"; Stone Temple Pilots return to chart

Alysse GafkjenNothing More has won the "War" for the top of the chart.

The band has scored their first-ever #1 hit on any Billboard chart with "Go to War," the lead single from their album The Stories We Tell Ourselves -- it's topped the publication's Mainstream Rock Songs chart.  That makes the Texas band the third act of 2017 to score its first #1 on that chart: the others are Greta Van Fleet and Ghost.

Meanwhile, the Mainstream Rock Songs chart sees the return of Stone Temple Pilots, with their new lead singer, Jeff Gutt.  The new lineup's single, "Meadow," has debuted at #39.  It's STP's 28th entry overall on that chart.

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Wednesday
Nov222017

Backstreet Boys' Nick Carter accused of rape by former member of girl group Dream

Eric McCandless / ABC Via Getty ImagesMelissa Schuman, a former member of the early 2000s girl group Dream, has accused Backstreet BoysNick Carter of rape.

In a blog post on her website, Melissa recounts -- in disturbing detail -- the alleged encounter with Nick when she was an 18-year-old virgin and he was 22.

Schuman says the attack allegedly occurred after the two starred in a “made-for-TV movie” together. Melissa, now 33, recalls that Nick invited her to his apartment for a “casual hangout” and she brought along her roommate.

Melissa says Nick asked her to come into his office to listen to new music and once there, they started kissing. Then, she says, things took a dark turn when he brought her into the bathroom and began to perform oral sex on her despite her telling him she “didn’t want to go any further.”

She says afterwards, he demanded she perform oral sex on him in return and then took her into the bedroom and raped her.

"I told him that I was a virgin and I didn't want to have sex," she writes. "I told him that I was saving myself for my future husband. I said it over and over again. He whispered in my ear as to entice me, 'I could be your husband.'"

She says she later told people in her personal life -- including her therapist, her family and friends -- but decided to speak out publicly when she saw a RadarOnline article last month about Nick being investigated for sexual assault in 2006.

Nick has denied the allegations in a statement to ABC News, saying, “I am shocked and saddened by Ms. Schuman’s accusations. Melissa never expressed to me while we were together or at any time since that anything we did was not consensual. We went on to record a song and perform together, and I was always respectful and supportive of Melissa both personally and professionally."

Carter adds, “This is the first that I am hearing about these accusations, nearly two decades later. It is contrary to my nature and everything I hold dear to intentionally cause someone discomfort or harm.”

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Wednesday
Nov222017

Bye-bye Tennessee, hello Big Apple: Dustin Lynch plans a NYC Thanksgiving

ABC/Image Group LAFor a change this Thanksgiving, Dustin Lynch won’t be spending Turkey Day with his family in his hometown of Tullahoma, Tennessee. Instead, he’ll be performing on the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.

But the “I’d Be Jealous Too” singer shouldn’t be too homesick: he’s taking his whole clan along.

“Well, I'm gonna break tradition this year,” Dustin explains. “Usually, I go home. This year, I'm going to New York City. I'm playing the Macy's parade. I'm gonna be on the KFC float and I'm taking the whole freakin' family up there with me. So we're gonna do it big in New York City this year.”

Dustin isn’t ruling out another full-fledged traditional Thanksgiving meal once he gets back to the Volunteer state, however.

“I'll have to, yeah. 'Cause there's like certain dishes that my mom and sister cook that I know we won't find in New York, so we'll probably pig out again," he confesses.   "That's a great excuse to pig out twice, so yeah, we're gonna go for it!”

Dustin will sing his latest #1, “Small Town Boy,” on the 91st Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. The three-hour spectacle starts at 9 a.m. and repeats at 2 p.m. on NBC.

Then on Monday, Dustin makes his CMA Country Christmas debut, performing “Santa Claus Is Coming to Town” on the annual holiday special. It starts at 8 p.m. ET Monday night on ABC.

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Wednesday
Nov222017

Country star trivia

Comstock/ThinkstockFifty years ago this week, this Grand Ole Opry star became the first country artist ever to appear in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Can you name him? ANSWER:  Jack Greene, who was known for his 1966 #1 hit "There Goes My Everything."

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Wednesday
Nov222017

How Taylor Swift got her "Reputation" for record-breaking sales 

BMLG/Mert & MarcusTaylor Swift's Reputation has debuted at #1 on the Billboard album chart with sales of 1.238 million copies -- it's her fourth album to sell more than a million copies in a week.  How'd she do it?  According to a Nielsen Music executive, you can credit creative marketing, a rabid fanbase, a news blackout...and no streaming.

Nielsen Music Sr. VP of Industry Insights Dave Bakula tells ABC Radio, "When you see Taylor keeping her music off streaming services and just going with traditional album sales, and still reaching over a million in first week, [it's] really incredible.  And for an artist to have done it four times with four different albums -- amazing!"

1989 sold more than a million in its first week, but Bakula says Reputation's numbers are even more impressive, noting, "Since then, the music industry is down 33 percent in album sales."

Bakula adds that promotional deals with UPS and Target, plus pop-up shops and appearances on The Tonight Show, Saturday Night Live and ABC's TGIT lineup, show that Taylor knows how to reach her audience.

"To reach these numbers, you do have to be everywhere that your fans might be, and making your music available in places that maybe aren't as traditional," Bakula says.

One place Taylor wasn't, though, was the media: There were no interviews to promote Reputation.  Instead, she let the music do the talking -- and fans rushed to pore over every lyric and coded message.

Bakula says Reputation will sell even more once it hits streaming services, and the holiday shopping season gets underway.

"I'm not gonna predict that it's gonna get to two million in a week," says Bakula, "...but this is going to be absolutely be at the top of every music fan's list for holiday giving this year."

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Wednesday
Nov222017

Star-studded "Grammys Greatest Stories" special, featuring McCartney, Elton & more, airs Friday on CBS

Courtesy of CBSThe star-packed two-hour special celebrating next year's 60th Annual Grammys ceremony airs this Friday, November 24, at 9 p.m. ET/PT on CBS. Grammys Greatest Stories: A 60th Anniversary Special will feature archival footage, exclusive interviews and a behind-the-scenes look at some of the award show's most memorable moments and performances.

Among the many famous musicians appearing on the program in archival performance segments are Paul McCartney, Elton John, Bruce Springsteen, U2 and Sting. A trailer for the special includes clips of performances by McCartney with Dave Grohl; Mick Jagger; Bob Dylan; Elton with Ed Sheeran; Al Green with Justin Timberlake; Sting with Bruno Mars; Springsteen with Grohl and Elvis Costello; The Beach Boys with Adam Levine; Smokey Robinson with Celine Dion, Jennifer Hudson, Usher and Carrie Underwood; and more.

The preview also features brief snippets of commentary by Elton and Sting.

Underwood and acclaimed pop/R&B singer John Legend will host the special.

Other artists appearing on the show include Alicia Keys, Ricky Martin, Pink, Blake Shelton, Christina Aguilera, Mary J. Blige and Coldplay's Chris Martin.

The 60th Annual Grammys will be held on January 28, 2018, and will air on CBS live from New York City.

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Wednesday
Nov222017

Star-studded "Grammys Greatest Stories" special, featuring McCartney, Elton & more, airs Friday on CBS

Courtesy of CBSThe star-packed two-hour special celebrating next year's 60th Annual Grammys ceremony airs this Friday, November 24, at 9 p.m. ET/PT on CBS. Grammys Greatest Stories: A 60th Anniversary Special will feature archival footage, exclusive interviews and a behind-the-scenes look at some of the award show's most memorable moments and performances.

Among the many famous musicians appearing on the program in archival performance segments are Paul McCartney, Elton John, Bruce Springsteen, U2, Sting and Dave Grohl. A trailer for the special includes clips of performances by McCartney with Grohl; AC/DC; Mick Jagger; Bob Dylan; Elton with Ed Sheeran; Sting with Bruno Mars; Springsteen with Grohl and Elvis Costello; The Beach Boys with Adam Levine; and more.

The preview also features brief snippets of commentary by Elton and Sting.

Country star Carrie Underwood and acclaimed pop/R&B singer John Legend will host the special.

Other artists appearing on the show include Alicia Keys, Ricky Martin, Pink, Blake Shelton, Justin Timberlake, Christina Aguilera, Mary J. Blige, Celine Dion and Coldplay's Chris Martin.

The 60th Annual Grammys will be held on January 28, 2018, and will air on CBS live from New York City.

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Wednesday
Nov222017

Donald Fagen suing estate of late band mate, Walter Becker, over control of Steely Dan

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Donald Fagen is suing the estate of his late Steely Dan partner, Walter Becker, over control of the band's future, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

At issue is a 1972 agreement signed by the original band members when Steely Dan was incorporated. 

The Hollywood Reporter cites Fagen's complaint, filed Tuesday in Los Angeles County Superior Court, which says that in 1972 the group members signed an agreement, which provides that when a band member quits or dies, Steely Dan purchases all of that member's shares of the band.

The complaint alleges that by the 2010, only Becker and Fagen remained as signatories to the agreement.  But, the suit claims, four days after Becker's death in September, Becker's estate sent a letter to Fagen saying the agreement was no longer in effect.

The complaint also alleges that the estate sought 50 percent ownership of the band and the appointment of Becker's widow as an officer of the corporation.

The complaint also claims that Becker's estate controls the Steely Dan websites and refuses to relinquish or even share control.

Fagen is seeking a judgment declaring that the original agreement is valid and that he is the sole owner of Steely Dan.  He's also seeking more than $1 million in damages.  In addition, Fagen is suing the band's business management firm alleging that the company has withheld business records.

“This lawsuit is about a contract, the enforcement of that contract and the continuity of Steely Dan,” Fagen's attorney, Louis "Skip" Miller, told The Hollywood Reporter. “We think the contract is very clear on its face and we hope this lawsuit is resolved expeditiously.”

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Wednesday
Nov222017

Maroon 5's Adam Levine and Jimmy Valentine busk with Jimmy Fallon in NYC on "The Tonight Show"

Andrew Lipovsky/NBCAdam Levine -- along with his Maroon 5 band mate, lead guitarist James Valentine -- were surprise guests on Tuesday's Tonight Show, joining host Jimmy Fallon for a pre-taped segment in which the trio busked in the New York City subway below 30 Rock, where the show is taped.

Levine, Valentine and Fallon -- donning fake wigs and beards -- kicked off the performance with Queen’s “Crazy Little Thing Called Love.” After revealing their true identities, the trio led the crowd of excited onlookers in a singalong to Maroon 5's 2014 hit, “Sugar.”

Maroon 5's latest album, Red Pill Blues, is available now.

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Wednesday
Nov222017

Nashville notes

Burke/Triolo Productions/ThinkstockJohn Rich is going into business with Eastside Distilling, Inc. The two are partnering to create varieties of whiskey, vodka and rum under the brand name Redneck Riviera.

Be sure to tune in to The View on Wednesday, as Garth Brooks guests on the weekday ABC talk show that starts at 11 a.m. ET.

Marty Stuart will celebrate his 25th anniversary as a member of the Grand Ole Opry during two shows on Friday, December 1 at the historic Ryman Auditorium in downtown Nashville.

The new Conway Twitty collection Timeless: Never Before Released Recordings is available now. It’s the first music by the “Hello Darlin’” singer to be available on vinyl in 26 years.

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Wednesday
Nov222017

Trisha's no-baste bird, bacon-wrapped asparagus and more: Why Garth's Thanksgiving guests are so thankful

ABC/Image Group LAWith some rare time off this holiday, Garth Brooks admits he has a major agenda for Thanksgiving Day.

“We have six things planned:  eat, nap, eat, nap, eat and nap... We might do seven. Nap might start it,” he laughs.

Since Garth’s wife Trisha Yearwood happens to head a culinary empire that includes three best-selling cookbooks and a hit show on Food Network, there’s definitely an emphasis on the Turkey Day meal.

“We start it off with...a kind of a misfit Thanksgiving,” Trisha explains. “If you don't have a place to go on Thanksgiving, you come to my house and I cook.”

According to Garth, you should pray you have no other invitation and get to sample a feast straight from Trisha’s Southern Kitchen.

“If you sit at Miss Yearwood's table, you are a lucky man,” Garth brags. “That's some of the greatest food, if not the best food, I've ever had in my life.”

In fact, the six-time CMA Entertainer of the Year says Trisha’s culinary skills even outdo the generation before.

“I loved my Mama's cooking,” he tells ABC Radio. “Loved it. And I loved her mama's cooking. No offense -- they just can't compare. Miss Yearwood, there's something about it. From taste to texture, she's got it. So everything from mashed potatoes to the bacon-wrapped asparagus with syrup on top of it. It's just fabulous.”

Trisha even has a secret to make sure the bird turns out perfectly.

“She does the no-[baste] turkey, which no one thinks works,” Garth explains. “And it is the best, because turkey's either too wet or too dry. Hers is always perfect because of this technique."

"So it's pretty amazing to know that that's your best friend, but it's also your wife and it's who's cooking for Thanksgiving.”

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Wednesday
Nov222017

"The Voice" recap: Adam Levine loses an artist  

NBC UniversalOn Tuesday’s episode of The Voice, the 12 artists who performed on Monday learned that Jon Mero, from Adam Levine’s team, was sent home.

Mero was eliminated on a one-hour results show. He lost an "Instant Save" vote to Adam Cunningham, also from Team Adam.

There are now 11 artists remaining in the competition, including those of Teams Blake Shelton, Miley Cyrus and Jennifer Hudson.

Prior to the vote, Cunningham and Mero sang for an opportunity to be saved by the viewers. Cunningham performed “Fortunate Son” by Creedence Clearwater Revival, and Mero covered Jackson 5’s “I Want You Back.”

The results show also featured Jennifer joining her team for a group performance of The Beatles’ “Let It Be,” and Blake leading his team in version of Hank Williams, Jr.’s “If It Will, It Will.”

The evening also included Levine’s band Maroon 5 performing their latest single “What Lovers Do.”

The Voice returns Monday night at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.

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Wednesday
Nov222017

Hailee's thankful for family and "every food in the world"; for Zedd, Thanksgiving's "not a thing" 

ABC/Image Group LAHailee Steinfeld has had a busy year: She released a string of singles, including her current one, "Let Me Go," and shot a few films, including Pitch Perfect 3 and the Transformers spin-off Bumblebee.  So what is the "Starving" singer most thankful for this Thanksgiving?  Well, friends, family and, of course, food.

"I feel like I’ve grown so much in my own body and I’m more confident than I was the year before," she tells ABC Radio. "And I’m so thankful for all of the people that have helped me get to where I am, and execute my visions and my dreams, and my family and the people that are closest to me."

"And...home!" she adds. "I’m thankful for a place called home."  And home, of course, is where you get delicious Thanksgiving food.  Is she thankful for turkey?

"Uh, YEAH!  And every other food in the world!" she laughs.  And when it comes to the big bird, the singer and actress has no preference: roasted, deep-fried, brined...it's all good.

"I mean, honestly, whatever my mom does, I don’t really know what she does, but whatever she does with that turkey and her stuffing is, like, beyond!" she gushes. "Fire. So good."

Meanwhile, another hitmaking artist, Zedd, says he can take or leave Thanksgiving, because he's not American.

"To be honest with you, I’m German and for us, Thanksgiving is not a thing," he tells ABC Radio. "So I’m debating just going to the studio and working, ‘cause to me it’s not really a thing. But there’s a lot of friends of mine who celebrate, and I would also love to spend some time with them, so I’ll decide, probably, day of Thanksgiving."

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