The yummiest day of the year is right around the corner — and what better way to celebrate than watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade?
The annual event, which marks its 86th year, is the perfect ingredient (aside from gravy) to help kick off the holiday season.
So which celebrity performers will be making appearances at this year’s highly anticipated show when it rolls through Manhattan on Thursday morning?
“Call Me Maybe” singer Carly Rae Jepsen — who recently took home an AMA for New Artist of the Year — is set to perform, along with “Brokenhearted” duo Karmin and “Glad You Came” boy band The Wanted.
GALLERY: All the celebrities who will make an appearance at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade
NBC star Jimmy Fallon and his go-to band, The Roots, will make a comeback this year after participating in the famous parade only two years ago. The group rocked out to holiday songs in 2010, but are bound to bring some fresh beats to the table this time around.
And speaking of beats, “Whistle” crooner Flo Rida will also entertain the crowd while riding on the Big Apple float. Whether or not he’ll sing one of his chart-topping hits or a holiday favorite is yet to be determined…but New Yorkers will be rocking out regardless!
From Olympic royalty to the beloved Muppets, tons of other stars will climb aboard the famous floats to entertain folks. Be sure to watch it all go down line on NBC from 9 a.m. to noon on Nov. 22.
So sit back, relax, grab your dancing shoes and prepare to boogie before you feast!
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