Lady Gaga will now be joining Charlie Brown on Thanksgiving Day as ABC airs "A Very Gaga Thanksgiving," while families will be enjoying their turkey day dinners.
The 90-minute primetime special -- which was conceived and created by the 25-year-old singer -- will feature Gaga performing eight songs in front of a small crowd of friends and family.
To add to the special performance, the pop sensation will also feature a number of guests.
Lady Gaga will perform a duet with legendary singer Tony Bennett ("The Lady Is a Tramp") and a number of her other songs, including "Marry the Night," "You and I" and "The Edge of Glory." She will also sing holiday songs like "White Christmas."
Keeping up with the Thanksgiving festivities, Chef Art Smith will share some recipes on the special, including his holiday classic, deep-fried turkey and waffles. So fans can get a chance to see a pop diva get behind the stove as well.
Not to be outdone, the Thanksgiving special will also feature a sit down interview with veteran TV anchor Katie Couric.
According to a statement released by ABC Network, “Katie Couric sits down with the icon in her alma-mater, Sacred Heart Catholic School in Manhattan, as the two discuss the meaning and inspiration behind some of Gaga's biggest hits.
“Gaga also opens up about her relationships with family and friends and shares heartfelt stories from her past, as well as what her life is like now living in the public eye.”
Lady Gaga’s latest album “Born This Way” debuted on the top five spots in every major market, including the Billboard 200. In the United States, Born This Way sold 1.1 million copies in its first week – the largest first week album sales in five years.
Check below for a preview of the special: