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23 Cocktails That Will Help You Survive Thanksgiving Dinner With Your Family

There are two sides to a family gathering; the so "I'm so glad we got to visit" side and then there's the "Please just stop asking me questions!" side. These cocktails are the perfect remedy! Besides who doesn't need a little variety in their life?

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Quiz: Do You Know Your Thanksgiving Trivia?

We mostly see Thanksgiving as a time to gather with our family and friends and reflect upon what we are thankful for in our lives. Oh and to eat a ton of fantastic food! But if you remember your history lessons, there's a little more behind this holiday. See if you can get them all correct!

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Caution: Listening to Garth Brooks Sing "Unanswered Prayers," Will Bring Unanswered Tears

Garth Brooks is an emotional guy that puts those emotions into every performance and every song he sings.

Most recently, Garth visited "The View," and since it's the Holiday season, he decided to play his hit from 1991, "Unanswered Prayers." It was just him, his guitar and a flood of emotions.

Even the hosts were holding tears back.

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5 Iconic Tim McGraw and Faith Hill Duets, Ranked

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill have been mending our hearts for the better part of 30 years. Through their smoldering duets, they illustrated the sheer power of love, and even though they were singing to each other, it was as if they were peering right into our soul. Shockingly, it took years for the two singers to team up for a full album of duets, and that's where The Rest of Our Life (out now) comes into play, tapping into their strengths as storytellers and vocalists. Hill takes an especially centerstage role, which is refreshing given her long hiatus between her own solo albums.

Below, One Country ranks the pair's most iconic duets from good to great.

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Ellen Reviews Real Thanksgiving Recipes That Should Never Be Made (Unless You Hate Your Family)

As part of her "12 Days of Giveaways," Ellen DeGeneres decided to do a quick review of actual Thanksgiving recipes from real cookbooks that no one should ever make, including Frozen Cheese Salad, The Shrimp Tree, White Mystery Fruit Cake, and a Candle Salad (i.e. the dirtiest looking dessert ever).

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Keith Urban Bestowed With Highest Waffle House Honor: Most-Played Song

Forget the GRAMMYs, the CMA Awards, and coming home to Nicole Kidman every night. Keith Urban's "Blue Ain't Your Color" was the most played song on jukeboxes at Waffle Houses nationwide over the last 12 months.

I don't want to mess this up, so here's the press release:

In celebration of the 2017 National Jukebox Day, Waffle House restaurants announce today that Keith Urban's hit "Blue Ain't Your Color" tops the list as the most-played song on the restaurant's TouchTunes jukeboxes over the past 12 months.

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PSA: "This Is Us" Star Justin Hartley Isn't Ryan Reynolds But He Will Pretend To Make You Happy

Ugh, attractive people. They all look the same. You know what I mean? If you've seen one beautiful person, you've seen them all. If you gave me $100 dollars to tell two attractive people apart, I doubt I could do it. But they're people too, we shouldn't look down on them. So, please, if you can, don't confuse "This Is Us" star Justin Hartley for Ryan Reynolds. But if you do, don't feel bad, he'll just play along.

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Jimmy Fallon And Maroon 5 Surprised Fans With An Undercover Performance In NYC Subway

If you saw Jimmy Fallon or Adam Levine around New York City, you would recognize them. You have seen their faces so often on TV that it would be hard for them to hide. But when they donned beards and hats to perform a few songs in the New York City subway, they were completely unrecognizable. Well, that is until they took off their disguises and performed Maroon 5's hit "Sugar." Then the crowd went wild.

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Tracy Lawrence Helped Fry Over 500 Turkeys for Families in Need This Thanksgiving

For 12 years now, Tracy Lawrence has been getting together with his friends to give back to those in need during the Holidays.

Lawrence's 12th Annual Mission Possible Turkey Fry took place in the parking lot of the Nashville Rescue Mission where volunteers manned 60 different fryers to cook over 600 turkeys.

During the event, Lawrence told us, "This event started with a group of friends...it started off innocently, we thought it'd be a great way to give back to the community..." And what a way to give back.

Lawrence also told us that he thinks they feed about 7,000 plates.


On top of that, other cities like Dallas and Louisville have gotten in on the frying and Lawrence hopes to bring it to more cities in the future.


We hope that as the turkey fry grows each year, maybe Lawrence will consider re-writing "Paint Me Birmingham" to something like, "Fry Me a Turkey, Ma'am." Or something?