Jennifer Lawrence, Bradley Cooper, Nikki Reed

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With Thanksgiving just one day away, we thought we'd find out what some of our favorite celebs have planned for Turkey Day.

Bradley Cooper will be spending the holiday like most—surrounded by his family and friends. "I love to cook," the hunky actor told us. "We have an old-school Philadelphia Italian turkey recipe that we do every year. It consists of Wonder Bread and canned peaches."

His Silver Linings Playbook costar Jennifer Lawrence will be in Hawaii with family, but they'll leave the cooking to others. "My dad won't have a deep fryer so I don't know what he's going to do," the Kentucky native laughed.

Twilight beauty Nikki Reed and her singer hubby Paul McDonald will be sticking around L.A. "We're going to be with my dad," she said. "It's like a potluck, so I'm making Brussels sprouts."

Once Upon a Time's Jennifer Morrison told us at the American Music Awards, "I'm hosting my whole family in New's going to be 10 of us. I was just ordering all my groceries on Fresh Direct."

As for prepping the Thanksgiving feast, Morrison said, "I'm doing a ham and a turkey. My New York apartment doesn't have the biggest oven so I have to sort of strategize about that."

The Lady Antebellum trio all have big plans for the holiday. "Mama's coming with all the family, but mama's bringing her famous turkey and dressing, so excited about that," Charles Kelley said. "It's greasy, oily and delicious."

"I will be with my in-laws for the first Thanksgiving since we got married," explained Hillary Scott, who got hitched to Chris Tyrrell back in January. "Here is my one stipulation, because this is the first Thanksgiving away from my family, I have to make my grandmother's sweet-potato casserole. So I'm bringing the recipe and I'm making it because it wouldn't feel like Thanksgiving if we didn't have that."

Lady A's Dave Haywood deadpanned, "It's my first year being a married man, so say a prayer for me."

American Idol's Pia Toscano will be traveling to her sister's in Arizona. "I don't know if they want me to do the cooking because I might mess it up and my family has it down," she smiled. "They're all brilliant and wonderful cooks."

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