Thanksgiving is canceled, according to the queen of domestic arts, Martha Stewart.
The 82-year-old food and decor maven told Kelly Clarkson during a Thursday appearance on "The Kelly Clarkson Show" that turkey day is officially out.
"Oh, I gave up Thanksgiving. I canceled," the TV personality and businesswoman said.
Stewart told the talk show host that nine of her guests canceled Thanksgiving dinner on her because someone got sick. So, she called up her chef friend and canceled the entire holiday dinner.
"And I also cooked like 14 turkeys already for my TV show," she told Clarkson. "And I still have to do one more turkey I think on the 'Today' show.
"I am turkeyed out," Stewart said. Instead, Clarkson suggested "taco Thursday."
But Stewart will be doing what a lot of Thanksgiving observers do: making the rounds at friends' dinners.
"I made a plan. Friends, of course, invited me to their home," she said. "So, I'm going to about five different homes to taste different courses."
"Those friends must be so stressed out," Clarkson said. "Oh, I hope so," Stewart said with a laugh.
"If you were coming to my house, I would for sure lie and say I cooked and have somebody else do it," Clarkson said.
Though 14 turkeys is no small feat, Stewart is known for going all out on Thanksgiving. One year, she underwent a marathon baking project of thirty assorted pies baked in 20 hours.