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Martha Stewart attends a Tribute Dinner Honoring Jonathan Waxman, Rob Sands and Richard Sands Presented By Bank of America at Loews Miami Beach Hotel on February 27, 2016 in Miami Beach, Florida. Martha Stewart will be joining hands with Canada-based marijuana producer Canopy Growth in a brand partnership to launch new CBD products for people and animals. Photo by Denis Contreras/Getty Images for SOBEWFF®


  • Martha Stewart will spend Thanksgiving with a small group of people
  • She did not confirm if she invited Mariah Carey but said they would share Thanksgiving dinners
  • Stewart teased fans rooting for her and Pete Davidson that they would know when they have their date

Martha Stewart shared some details about her upcoming Thanksgiving celebration.

Stewart, 81, shared some details about her Thanksgiving plans at the CFDA Fashion Awards Monday night. According to her, she will celebrate it with her intimate circle.

"Oh, I have a small group, and I'm trying to keep it that way, so, I'm not telling a soul," Stewart told Entertainment Tonight.

But her lips were sealed when asked if Mariah Carey would have a set at her table. But according to her, they would share Thanksgiving dinners.

"We're gonna share dinners," Stewart said.

The lifestyle and home expert and the queen of Christmas had some exchange after Stewart called Carey out for starting her holiday preparations after Halloween and before Thanksgiving.

"Mariah, you know me," Stewart said on "Today." "I am a traditionalist with a twist. You cannot give up Thanksgiving just 'cause you don't like turkey!"

She continued, "I love turkey, and many, many other people love turkey. So do not think that we are going to give up Thanksgiving just because you say so."

The "All I Want For Christmas Is You" singer responded to Stewart on Twitter. She clarified that she was not giving up Thanksgiving and even invited Stewart to join her at the national holiday of gratitude.

"Dearest Martha!! NEVER will I give up Thanksgiving!!" Carey tweeted. "But we can still start getting into the festive spirit now!"

"💕 P.S I'd love to have you at my Thanksgiving dinner although I've yet to be invited to your Thanksgiving extravaganza!" she added. "And THAT is MAJOR! Esp if Snoop's coming! 🥳🎄"

Stewart told ET her Christmas season starts after she's eaten her post-turkey day sandwich.

Meanwhile, Stewart did not confirm nor deny if Pete Davidson would join her on Thanksgiving. However, she teased fans who were rooting for them.

"Well, one day, you'll know when we have our date," Stewart said.

Last month, Stewart appeared on "The Drew Barrymore Show." During her guesting, she joined host Drew Barrymore for a game where the latter would describe "hypothetical dates" and Stewart would raise a green, red or yellow flag to indicate whether the prospected date has a chance, no chance or is on the fence, respectively.

When Barrymore suggested dating someone who "has as many tattoos as Pete Davidson," Stewart raised the green flag. When the host said the hypothetical date was actually the "King of Staten Island" star, Stewart raised the green flag again.

Stewart said that Davidson "dated so many women," but it's not a bad thing for her. She even found Kim Kardashian's ex-boyfriend "cute."

"No, I'm not saying that's bad. I think that's good and he's sort of cute," Stewart added. "Everybody loves him."

Singer Mariah Carey poses as she attends Variety's 2019 Power of Women: Los Angeles, in Beverly Hills, California, U.S., October 11, 2019.
Singer Mariah Carey poses as she attends Variety's 2019 Power of Women: Los Angeles, in Beverly Hills, California, U.S., October 11, 2019. Reuters / MARIO ANZUONI