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Turkey day with the stars: Come and get it!

November 26, 2009 | 12:41 pm

Zoe Saldana

While your families are loving and overfeeding you, indulge for a moment in what bold-face names the world over will be up to today as they tuck into their own Thanksgiving dinners.

From January Jones' organic feast to Jon Gosselin's turkey plus one, the Ministry has compiled whereabouts for the your favorite names. Gobble gobble!

  • Hilary Duff will dine in Los Angeles with her family, mom Susan and sister Haylie. The popster was spotted this week stocking up on haute cuisine at the swanky Beverly Hills food mart Bristol Farms. 
  • "Star Trek" actress Zoe Saldana helped feed the homeless at the Los Angeles Mission's annual Thanksgiving lunch Wednesday.
  • Though Beyonc√© will probably board a yacht bound for Prague or St. Tropez with Jay-Z this turkey day, she'll technically be in our living rooms with an hourlong ABC special. The 9 p.m. show will feature an interview and concert footage.
  • Lacoste spokesman and "Star Wars" prequel star Hayden Christensen will take his fiancee, Rachel Bilson, to Toronto to spend time with his clan.

Read on for more stars' whereabouts!

Gwyneth Paltrow will dine at home in London with husband Chris Martin and their kids, Apple and Moses, where doubtless she'll whip up some goopy perfection.

Jon Gosselin will leave this holiday to estranged wife Kate, who will look after their eight children, and dine instead with girlfriend Hailey Glassman. Assuming they haven't broken up again.

"Mad Men" bombshell January Jones is going for an organic Thanksgiving in L.A., seen at Whole Foods market packing lots of nutritious goods in her trunk.

President Obama and family are expected to retreat to Camp David for their holiday, as opposed to the then-candidate's volunteer trip to a Chicago food bank last year.

-- Matt Donnelly

Photo: Actress Zoe Saldana helps the homeless live long and prosper by volunteering at the Los Angeles Mission's Thanksgiving lunch Wednesday. Credit: Gabriel Bouys / AFP/Getty Images

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