Celebrities who may not be celebrating Thanksgiving

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Canandian Celebs You Want to Invite for Thanksgiving


Turkey Day is upon us, and we have some good news -- some of your favorite Canadian celebrities might not have plans. So you can invite them over, eh? Nothing like last minute.

If you didn't already know, Canada has their own Thanksgiving, and it's celebrated on the second Monday in October -- so famous Canadians are likely fully digested and ready for another hefty meal.

If you missed your chance to invite a famous face this year, get your invite out for next year ASAP.

Here are a few famous guest suggestions:
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Celebrities who may not be celebrating Thanksgiving

What a game-changer! Ryan Gosling, 34, and Rachel McAdams, 36, may have stolen our hearts as star-crossed-lovers from South Carolina in the film "The Notebook" -- but both of America’s sweethearts are actually Canadian.

The two are no longer a couple, but perhaps they'd be willing to reunite for Turkey Day?

(AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)

Seth Rogen, 33, who caused controversy with his film "The Interview," is actually Canadian.

(Photo by Eric Charbonneau/Invision for Sony Pictures/AP Images)

Bieber may be one of the most famous celebrities in America -- but the 21-year-old crooner was actually born in Ontario.

(Photo by Gregg DeGuire/WireImage)

The "Green Lantern" star, 39, was born in Vancouver -- but our guess is that wife Blake Lively and daughter James are hosting him for Thanksgiving. Still worth the invite, though!

(Photo by Laura Cavanaugh/FilmMagic)

Celine Dion is a singing sensation in the States, but as it turns out, she was born in Québec.

(Photo by Denise Truscello/WireImage)

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Take a look at the Biebs' tweet from a few Thanksgivings back. He was basically begging for a dinner party invitation.
Who is your dream Thanksgiving dinner guest?

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