Celebrities took to social media to show how they'd be spending their Thanksgiving. Hollywood couples Katy Bloom and Orlando Bloom and Kim Kardashian and Kanye spent the holiday abroad in Japan. Other celebrities like Gabrielle Union and Jonathan Scott decided to cozy up at home. Iggy Azalea somehow managed to do both.
Iggy Azalea celebrated Thanksgiving despite being from Australia. She celebrated with her boyfriend rapper Playboi Carti. Iggy quickly rose to fame when she released her hit single "Fancy" back in 2014.
According to popculture, Iggy didn't have the easiest time adapting to the American tradition.
"I’ve been cooking since 6pm yesterday and I’m yet to eat anything. I’m starving," Azalea tweeted on Thursday. "And I have maximum anxiety because I can’t decide if I should put marshmallows on my candy yams or not. I love thanksgiving. I hate thanksgiving."
Despite her love-hate relationship with Thanksgiving, fans were thrilled that she was celebrating. They took to twitter to help the star out with her important decision.
They even urged her to show her creative efforts in the kitchen.
"Show usssss omg make us starve too," one fan replied.
"Always put the marshmallows on for an extra razzle dazzle!" another suggested.
"I usually just cover half of it with marshmellows [sic] cause i never know what my mood is gonna be when we actually go to eat lol happy thanksgiving Iggy," another tweeted.
One fan took Izzy's comments with anxiety over Thanksgiving preparation to heart. They offered sympathy and help in handling her anxiety.
"Put them on. You won't regret it. I'm so sorry you're struggling so much with your anxiety. I've struggled with it before too, so if you need someone to talk to, I'm all ears," one fan wrote.
There might be some depth to Iggy Azalea's Thanksgiving anxiety. Her Atlanta house was robbed recently.
"There were 19 pieces of jewelry stolen from the 6,500-square-foot home. The pieces are estimated to be worth a combined $366,000, according to the police report. The items included luxury watches, diamond rings and platinum bracelets," Atlanta Journal-Constitution's report read.
"Azalea told police she was on the first floor of the home when she heard footsteps on the second floor. She thought they were Carti's footsteps. She said the backdoor was not locked so Carti, whose real name is Jordan Carter, could get back in the house.
After Carti arrived home, the couple realized their designer bag, filled with the jewelry, was missing from their dining room on the second floor. Azalea gave police surveillance footage from outside the home that allegedly showed the suspect entering through the unlocked door, the report said. The suspect wore a mask and gloves, and carried a gun."