For Jason Aldean and Carrie Underwood, Thanksgiving Is Family

Jason by Caitlin Selle/CMA; Carrie by Richard Harbaugh/ABC

Whether it's a traditional "over the river and through the woods" Thanksgiving or it's "rent-a-turkey" one thing is consistent with Jason Aldean and Carrie Underwood: Thanksgiving means family.

Jason plans on combining two of his favorite things for a Happy Thanksgiving—family and hunting. "I have a bunch of my family come to the farm. I'll be there for about a week and hunt during the week," he tells Country Weekly. "My cousin will be there, my brother-in-law, and we'll go out and hunt and eat and not do much of anything . . . watch some football."

Carrie is traveling right up to the holiday, but the good thing is, her last show before the break is in her home state—Oklahoma. "I think Mike will be on the road then," she tells us, "So either I'll go see him or set up a dinner or something with my parents. Or maybe we'll rent a Thanksgiving. We're not big traditional people, so it's not like we always go to Mom's house for Thanksgiving and she makes her famous whatever. It's kind of more spur of the moment . . . no concrete plan."

Happy Thanksgiving from Country Weekly.

 

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