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TODAY's Takeaway: Kelly's morning sickness, Martha's Thanksgiving tips

Nov. 26, 2013 at 3:50 PM ET

Martha Stewart gives Thanksgiving tips, Tamron asks TODAY fans what they think of the waitress's claim and Kelly Clarkson performs holiday hits.
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Martha Stewart gives Thanksgiving tips, Tamron asks TODAY fans what they think of the waitress's claim and Kelly Clarkson performs holiday hits.

1. Storms lumbering up the East Coast threaten to spoil travel plans for millions of travelers this Thanksgiving. Follow the latest here.

Video: Flight cancellations have left some passengers stranded as nasty Thanksgiving week weather is striking across the country.

2. The New Jersey waitress's claim that she was denied a tip last week because she is openly gay is being disputed by the couple she allegedly served.

What do you think? Weigh in on TODAY’s Facebook page.

Video: The controversy surrounding a waitress who says she did not receive a tip because she is a lesbian has grown, as the family who allegedly wrote the message on their receipt tell NBC New York they did leave a tip, and have the financial record to prove it.

3. Kelly Clarkson is still singing, despite “all day and all night” morning sickness. This morning the mom-to-be performed numbers off her first Christmas album, “Wrapped in Red.”

Video: The popular singer talks with Savannah Guthrie about her Christmas album, her marriage and her pregnancy. Though she has no medical confirmation of what gender her baby will be, Clarkson says she has a “gut feeling” the child will be a girl.

4. Martha Stewart dropped by the Orange Room to offer last-minute Thanksgiving tips to TODAY fans, from brining to bourbon. Check out the domestic doyenne’s advice:

Video: Martha Stewart is in The Orange Room with Tamron Hall, with tips to help fix your potential Thanksgiving dinner disasters.

5. Oscar winner Richard Dreyfuss opened up to Matt about his struggle since childhood with bipolar disorder.

"I didn't know it was a manic state," he explained. "I just thought I was really happy, and everything that was bad, I turned to good."

Video: The actor talks to Matt Lauer about his battle with depression and bipolar disorder and why he doesn’t use the word “stigma” to describe the way society deals with the conditions.

And that’s TODAY’s Takeaway!

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