The iconic Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade is just a few days away from reaching the streets of New York City, and artists like Bad Bunny and Kelly Clarkson have officially been added to the list of star-studded artists.
Bunny and Clarkson will appear on one of Macy's floating stages, joining previously announced artists such as Barenaked Ladies, Bazzi, Ally Brooke, Kane Brown, Brynn Cartelli, Jack & Jack, John Legend, Leona Lewis, Ella Mai, Tegan Marie, Martina McBride, Rita Ora, Carly Pearce, Pentatonix and many more.
The parade will take place on 34th Street in New York and will air from 9 am to 12 pm in all time zones on Thursday (November 22) on NBC.
Backstreet Boys reveal secrets during the game "Never Have I Ever" in "Ellen"
Backstreet Boys played "Never Have I Ever" in Monday's episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
DeGeneres asked the members of the boy band if they had ever met with a groupie.
Nick Carter, AJ McLean and Howie Dorough changed their palettes to reveal that they had all joined a groupie at some point in their careers. Kevin Richardson said he's never done anything with a groupie, while Brian Littrell raised his palette halfway so he would not answer the question. After his bandmates called him for not answering the question, Littrell silently moved the palette to the "Yes" side.
Ellen asked if they ever joined the Mile High Club. Carter, McLean and Dorough unanimously revealed that they did not, while Richardson and Litrell placed their paddles on the "Yes" side.
"I tried, I failed miserably," McLean said of his failed attempt to join the club.
The next question was whether men have ever forgotten a woman's name while they are having sex. When Carter, McLean and Dorough switched their palettes to the side of "I Have", DeGeneres replied: "That's why they have not joined the Mile High Club."
"I have never sent dirty text to the wrong person," said DeGeneres.
McLean confidently lifted the "I Have" side of his palette, while the other men said they had not.
Ellen asked the boys if they ever "signed the boobies of an admirer". All the singers said yes. "Five for five," Littrell said.
"The craziest thing is when they want to autograph it and they get a tattoo," Dorough said. "That is the strangest," agreed DeGeneres.
Ellen concluded the game by asking if they ever forgot the lyrics during a live performance. McLean, Dorough, Richardson and Littrell said yes, while Carter proudly held the "No" side of his palette. When his bandmates questioned whether Carter really never forgot the lyrics, he replied: "Indicate it".
In addition to playing the game during the appearance, actress Emily Blunt joined the band for a presentation of her hit song "I Want It That Way."