Miranda Lambert is celebrating Thanksgiving a little differently this year. On Turkey Day, the country superstar will be joining lots of her furry friends for a special television event honoring rescue dogs.

Lambert will appear during the 'Dog-a-Thon,' joined by other celebrities whose lives have been changed by owning a rescue dog. Hillary Swank will host the event, with Scarlett Johansson, Josh Duhamel, Kristen Bell, Fergie, Paula Abdul, Betty White and Ke$ha all adding their voice of support for animals all over America.

The country star and her famous friends will share their own stories of how rescue dogs have impacted their lives and give viewers the opportunity to foster or adopt rescue dogs themselves.

This certainly isn't the first -- or the last -- time that the 'Automatic' singer has voiced her support for her four-legged friends. She just hosted her seventh annual Cause for the Paws event in Las Vegas, with all funds benefiting her charity, the MuttNation Foundation, which is dedicated to ending pet suffering and homelessness.

The 'Great American Dog-a-Thon' will air Nov. 27 at 8PM ET on Fox. Along with heartfelt stories from Lambert and others, it will feature special musical performances, tributes to the those who dedicate their lives to rescuing animals and even a countdown of the best viral videos starring precious rescue puppies.

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