Happy Fourth!

Happy Fourth of July! See how the stars are celebrating Independence Day 2017

Happy birthday, America! The old U.S. of A. turned 241 years old on July 4 and celebs from coast to coast took time out over the holiday weekend to show off their patriotic pride on social media. From Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard's stars-and-stripes PJs party to Christie Brinkley's '80s throwback pic, keep reading to see how your favorite celebs are representin' for the red, white and blue.

Christina Aguilera, Matt Rutler and their kids staged a Fourth-ready photo shoot from the dock of a bay. Otis Redding would be proud!


Miley Cyrus invoked her holiday-appropriate single with an invitation to folks across the country to shake a tail feather.


Rob Lowe was feeling more serious and expressed his gratitude for the independence America celebrates β€” along with their grills, beer and fireworks β€” on the Fourth.

Alison Brie gave "GLOW" a little nod while indulging in the age-old holiday tradition of putting Larry King in a headlock.

David Duchovny and his pooch wished everyone but one person (ahem) a happy Fourth.

Sheryl Crow gave her Instagram followers and Willie Nelson a shout-out from Austin, Texas, ahead of her performance at Willie's annual Fourth of July Picnic.

Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard grabbed their favorite red, white and blue jammies and hit the backyard for a selfie.

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Paris Hilton showed off her love of country. And her love of very small bikinis.

Christie Brinkley posted a throwback New York Magazine cover and a reminder that inclusivity is an all-American ideal.

Mark Ruffalo reminded us superheroes can be patriotic, too.

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Blake Shelton shared his gratitude for being born in the USA.

Kelly Ripa shared a throwback pic of her with her sister and a whole lotta fluffy parade decorations.

Here's to a happy and safe holiday!