Jeff Zarrillo and Paul Katami, and Kris Perry and Sandy Stier talk about their holidays and wish you a Happy Thanksgiving, AFTER THE JUMP...
Let Aunt Betty chew on something besides her turkey leg, suggests GLAAD:
We've all had those Thanksgiving dinners where Aunt Betty decides this is the perfect time to discuss a year's worth of ailments and medical treatments. Well, you know what? If she can talk about her podiatrist, you can talk about your partner.
The fact is, while you're scarfing down mashed potatoes and staying silent while everyone else at the table is freely speaking their minds, you're missing a golden opportunity to make real, honest progress by talking about your life, and the things you care about. It's okay if Aunt Betty feels a little awkward at first, it's important for her to know that someone she loves cares deeply about LGBT equality.
The Thanksgiving Special: A wholesome hour or two in which known, beloved characters explore themes of patriotism and filial togetherness. See "This Is America, Charlie Brown" and All In The Famiky: "The Little Atheist."
Obviously, this is very much Lady Gaga's bag. "A Very Gaga Thanksgiving" will feature Mother Monster and Katie Couric co-hosting a 90-minute special in which Gaga will perform for an "intimate" audience of "friends and family," and Couric will interview Gaga re: Gaga. Gaga will talk about Catholic school, family, New York, and food. According to MTV.com:
In addition to her new single, "Marry the Night," and other songs from Born This Way ("You and I," "The Edge of Glory"), Gaga will perform "White Christmas" and her duet with Tony Bennett, "The Lady Is a Tramp." Chef Art Smith will also drop in to share some recipes on the special, including his holiday classic, deep-fried turkey and waffles.
"A Very Gaga Thanksgiving" airs November 24th, on ABC.
Kanye West brought his bling and "Lost in the World", a new track from My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, and Kylie performed "Get Outta My Way" on top of a duck.
Watch, AFTER THE JUMP...