Christina Aguilera knows how to keep the food coma victims happy. And the troops for that matter! The stunningly svelte singer took us back to basics with a throwback performance of Candyman for the troops this Thanksgiving. Jay Leno hosted while Christina belted it out like it was 2006 all over again!
Action film "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" led the North American box office with ticket sales of $35.6 million over the first two days of the long U.S. Thanksgiving weekend that began on Wednesday, while Disney's animated "Frozen," sold a hefty $26.3 million. "Catching Fire," the second installment of the "Hunger Games" franchise, grossed $14.9 million on Thursday's Thanksgiving Day holiday according to studio Lions Gate. The film, starring Oscar-winner Jennifer Lawrence as heroine Katniss Everdeen, was released on November 22 and has earned $222 million at the domestic box office to date.
Demi Lovato has been super honest with her fans since returning from rehab in 2010. The X Factor judge’s next step in her journey is the release of her book "Staying Strong: 365 Days a Year." "I would rather sacrifice my privacy to help people, not just with my music," Lovato said. "From an inspirational point of view of sharing my story, I'm thrilled to have the opportunity to share this book. The harsh reality is that I wouldn't be alive without going to rehab."
Austin Mahone brought all the right moves to Thanksgiving. The 17-year-old sang his new hit “Banga, Banga” at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade. Mahone was lucky enough to be on the Build-A-Bear float where he danced his way through his latest song. "It's important because so many people have performed on floats at the Thanksgiving Day parade," Mahone told MTV. "This thing has been going on for centuries."