Ice queen: Diana Ross braves the freezing temperatures at the coldest Macy's Thanksgiving parade EVER as almost a million revelers shiver in temperatures of 19F on the streets after fears some floats would be canceled because of the weather | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Ice queen: Diana Ross braves the freezing temperatures at the coldest Macy's Thanksgiving parade EVER as almost a million revelers shiver in temperatures of 19F on the streets after fears some floats would be canceled because of the weather

New Yorkers bundled up as they watched iconic floats and performances in Thursday's Macy's Thanksgiving Parade - proving that the cold never bothered them anyway.

Millions cozied up as they watched fantastic musical numbers kick off the parade as it made its way through Manhattan's streets.

Dozens of marching bands and performances are making the 92nd annual parade one to remember, with special appearances from Diana Ross, John Legend, Bad Bunny, Tracee Ellis Ross, Ella Mai, Martina McBride, Sugarland, Bare Naked Ladies, Pentatonix, Rita Ora, Anika Noni Rose, Kelly Clarkson, Ashley Tisdale, Kane Brown, Fifth Harmony, Tina Fey, the Muppets from 'Sesame Street and more.
The parade features 16 massive balloons and 26 large floats. It also includes a dozen marching bands and more than 20 music acts.

Tom Turkey - which kicked off the parade in Midtown - was actually built around a Toyota Ram truck this year for the first time. It is usually pulled by willing participants and was introduced into the parade in 1971.

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