Hollywood Walk of Fame
“NCIS” star Mark Harmon received Monday the 2,482nd star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Country group Rascal Flatts received the 2, 480 star on the Hollywood Walk of fame Monday morning.
Ellen DeGeneres received the 2,477th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Tuesday, being honored for entertaining audiences as a talk show host, comedian, prime-time television star and the voice of Dory, a regal tang with short-term memory loss in the Pixar animated film “Finding Nemo.”
Singer/songwriter Neil Diamond was honored with the 2,475th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Friday.
Actor John Cusack received the 2,469th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Tuesday, three days before the release of his latest film, “The Raven.”
Adam West, best remembered for his campy portrayal of Batman in the 1966-68 ABC series, received the 2,468th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Thursday.
Sumner Redstone, executive chairman of CBS Corp. and Viacom, received the 2,467th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Friday.
The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce will honor the Muppets Tuesday with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Emmy winners and married couple William H. Macy and Felicity Huffman received stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Wednesday, marking the second time a married couple has been honored with stars on the same day.
Jennifer Aniston, who rose to fame thanks to her starring role in the NBC comedy “Friends,” received the 2,462nd star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Wednesday, two days before the release of her latest film, “Wanderlust.”
A memorial to the late Whitney Houston has been growing outside the Beverly Hilton because the singer, lauded by the likes of Dionne Warwick and cultivated by ubiquitous talent finder Clive Davis, has no star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
“The Simpsons” creator Matt Groening donated $500,000 to UCLA’s School of Theater, Film and Television, so that working professionals can teach classes in the animation program.
Boyz II Men, the top-selling rhythm & blues group of all time with more than 60 million albums sold, will receive the 2,456th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Thursday.
Steve Guttenberg, star of four movie franchises — namely “Police Academy,” “Three Men And A Baby,” “Short Circuit” and “Cocoon” — will receive the 2,455 star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Monday.
Shakira, the highest-selling Colombian recording artist of all time and a two-time Grammy winner, received the 2,454th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Tuesday.