The Hollywood Walk of Fame comprises 2,691 stars as of 2020. Here is a list of the last few celebrities on the Walk of Fame.
One day before his 50th birthday, the Black-ish received his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. He was joined by family and friends at the ceremony on Aug. 14, and he shared a photo from the special event on Instagram. "Today was a GREAT day! Dreams do come true!" Anderson wrote on Instagram. "Those dreams are made possible thru faith, hard work, patience, and sacrifice! I want to thank everyone that’s been a part of my journey thus far. Tighten your seatbelts cause we are about to take a wild ride! Thank you to my family, friends, and fans for this is just as much yours as it is mine! #justakidfromcompton #walkoffame #NWMI." According to the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, Anderson was actually inducted into the 2018 class of Walk of Famers, but he wanted to wait to receive it for his milestone birthday.
50 Cent What a supportive friend! Eminem spoke at the podium during the rapper-actor's Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony on Jan. 30. 50 Cent's Power family and even more famous faces, including Dr. Dre, were there as well.
Idina Menzel and Kristen Bell Anna and Elsa are always better together! The Frozen 2 co-stars were both honored with stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Nov. 19.
Harry Connick Jr. Ten years after appearing in New in Town together, the actor-singer was supported by his pal and former co-star, Renee Zellweger, as well as his wife and daughters when he received his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Oct. 24.
Wendy Williams The talk show host truly dressed for the occasion, rocking a flowy, star-adorned black-and-white Dolce & Gabbana dress at her Walk of Fame ceremony on Oct. 17.
Tyler Perry The man also known as Madea was sitting pretty beside his new star during his Walk of Fame ceremony on Oct. 1.
Terrence Howard The Empire star made his Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony a family affair, bringing along his wife, Mira Pak, and their two kids, Qirin and Hero, as he received his star on Sept. 24.
Judith Light The pantsuit-loving actress was surrounded by friends and former co-stars from her TV hits like Transparent, Who's the Boss? and Ugly Betty at her Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony on Sept. 12, where Light also proved that nobody can strike a fierce pose quite like she can!
Kirsten Dunst The 37-year-old actress received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Aug. 28, where she happily posed with the honor. During the ceremony, she gave fiancé Jesse Plemons a kiss, plus their son, Ennis, made his public debut.
Alan Arkin The formidable Kominsky Method star was the latest Hollywood A-lister to be awarded with a star on the Walk of Fame, earning the honor on June 7.
Guy Fieri Flamin' hot! The Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives host was granted the 2,664th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on May 22.
Anne Hathaway The Oscar winner was joined by famous friends at her Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony on May 9, including her The Hustle co-star, Rebel Wilson, who nearly stole the show!
Lucy Liu Two thumbs up, Mom! Liu's adorable son, Rockwell, was right by her side as she received her star on May 1.
Seth MacFarlane The creator and star of Family Guy and The Orville proudly posed with his brand new Walk of Fame star on April 23.
Rita Wilson The 62-year-old actress-singer excitedly posed with her new star during her Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony on March 29. Wilson, whose new album, Halfway to Home, also released on Friday, gushed over her big day to ET. "When you get things like this, it's like icing on the cake, and it makes me feel so connected to the community that I grew up in and I love and that has given me so much," she said. "So I'm just really, truly honored as one is. And it's truly a celebration."
Mandy Moore The 34-year-old actress was surrounded by her real-life and onscreen families as she received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on March 25. Her husband, Taylor Goldsmith, was by her side, as were many of her This Is Us co-stars -- including Milo Ventimiglia, Sterling K. Brown, Justin Hartley, Chrissy Metz, and Susan Kelechi Watson -- and her A Walk to Remember love interest, Shane West. ET spoke to Moore following the ceremony, and she called the moment "surreal." "This is not something that typically happens to somebody like me," she said. "I'm trying to be present and be in the moment and appreciate it, and not feel so overwhelmed, but this is super overwhelming."
Pink The "Beautiful Trauma" singer received a star on the Walk of Fame on Feb. 5, with her husband, Carey Hart, and their two children, Willow and Jameson, by her side. "To have my whole family here, it's incredible, it's such an honor," the pop star told ET. "I started looking down the list of the names... Julie Andrews, Lucille Ball. I'm next to The Rock and Jackie Chan. It's amazing!" Pink also delivered a heartwarming acceptance speech about always believing in yourself and never giving up. "Today, for me, is a celebration of something that my dad taught me, and that is, 'To thine own self be true,'" she explained. "If you walk along this boulevard and you look at these names, there's a power that lies in that. There's a power in believing in yourself, there's a power in not giving up on life and on not giving up on yourself. And there's a power in making a decision that while you may not be the best that ever did it, you may not be the prettiest or the tallest or the funniest or the most talented, or whatever it is you tell yourself that you're not, if you're stubborn, and you don't give up and you work really hard, no one else can ever be you." Taraji P. Henson The Empire star received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Jan. 28. During her speech, the acclaimed leading lady discussed her grandmother, who was in attendance, and how she has inspired her throughout her career. She even broke down in tears while celebrating the enormous achievement. Afterward, ET’s Courtney Tezeno spoke with the 48-year-old thespian about her grandmother. “You put me on the spot! But, what I love about my grandmother is her unconditional love,” Henson explained. “She taught the family how to love, and she keeps us very close. All my cousins and I are really, really close. But of course, she prayed. She did a lot of praying and she continues to pray for me, and like I said in my speech, her prayers definitely brought me here. So, my grandmother's my everything.”
Ryan Murphy The superstar producer was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Dec. 4, 2018, and was joined by some of his close friends and American Horror Story colleagues, including Sarah Paulson, Emma Roberts, Billie Lourd, Cody Fern, and Leslie Grossman, who came out to show their support. After the star-studded ceremony, ET spoke with Murphy, who said he felt really appreciative of the iconic Hollywood honor but made it clear that he had no intention of slowing down. "I think a lot of times, when people get stars on the Walk of Fame, they think, 'Well, maybe this is, you know, the pinnacle.' And I don't feel that way," Murphy shared. "I'm excited about so many things, and I am creating so many new things ... I just like to be busy and create."
Lin-Manuel Miranda The Tony-winning creator of In the Heights and Hamilton received his star on Nov. 30, 2018, along with tributes from Rita Moreno and "Weird Al" Yankovic. "Al broke me," the Mary Poppins Returns star gushed on Twitter after the ceremony.
Snoop Dogg The celebrated rapper was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Monday, at a ceremony held outside the Hollywood Masonic Temple, the current home of Jimmy Kimmel Live!. The "Young, Wild & Free" rapper was joined by a number of his famous friends during the star ceremony, including Kimmel himself, as well as recording legend Quincy Jones and music mogul Dr. Dre.
Michael Bublé The "Haven't Met You Yet" crooner was all smiles as he received his star on November 16, 2018. Sarah Silverman The comedian was honored with a star next to the beloved Mr. Rogers on Nov. 9, as celeb pals like Jon Hamm and John C. Reilly, and her famous ex, Jimmy Kimmel, cheered her on. "I can't believe it, I'm next to my number one hero, Mr. Rogers," Silverman said on stage. "He taught me I'm the only one qualified in the whole world to be me and that I deserve love, just the way I am."
Michael Douglas The celebrated actor was surrounded by family at his Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony on Nov. 6. He was joined on stage by his son, Cameron Douglas, his wife, Catherine Zeta-Jones, and his father, Kirk Douglas. Jane Fonda and Eric McCormack lent their support as well.
Richard Branson The English tech mogul and music magnate was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Oct. 16, at a star-studded ceremony in front of the Guinness World Record Museum on Hollywood Boulevard. Branson, founder of the multinational conglomerate Virgin Group, was honored for his ongoing contributions to the recording industry. NSYNC star Lance Bass and GRAMMY-winner Ben Harper were among those who came out to show their support for Branson at the ceremony. Carrie Underwood The country crooner was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Sept. 20 and the "Cry Pretty" songstress was brought to tears as she thanked her family and fans for their support in her speech during the star-studded ceremony. "How is this my life?" Underwood marveled as she fought back tears. "How does a girl from Muskogee, Oklahoma, end up with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame? I'll tell you how -- belief. I've been so blessed in my life to have ... so many people who believed in me." The singer also gave a sweet shout-out to her husband, Mike Fisher, and their 3-year-old son, Isaiah, whom she thanked for "believing in me as a human, as a wife, as a mom and supporting me through all of this." Underwood, who is pregnant with the couple's second child, was supported at the event by her adoring family, as well as fellow country superstar Brad Paisley and original American Idol judge Simon Cowell, who presided over the season in which Underwood was crowned the winner.
Jack Black The longtime comedy icon was his goofy, flamboyant self during a star-studded ceremony where he was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Sept. 18. The actor, who is currently starring in the family fantasy flick The House With a Clock in Its Walls, was joined by his family -- including wife Tanya Haden and his two sons, 12-year-old Samuel and 10-year-old Thomas. Additionally, he received some love from other special guests such as director Richard Linklater, Tim Robbins, longtime friend and co-star Mike White, as well as Black's Tenacious D counterpart, Kyle Gass. During his speech, Black thanked his friends and fans for their support, jokingly announced his retirement, and used the platform to slam President Donald Trump. "I love you all so much," Black said at the conclusion of his speech. "Except for Donald Trump. He’s a piece of s**t! Peace out, love you!" Eric McCormack The 55-year-old actor, best known for playing Will Truman on Will & Grace, was in good company while receiving his place on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Sept. 13. His NBC sitcom co-stars, Megan Mullally, Debra Messing, and Sean Hayes, attended the ceremony, posing for photos together and all stepping on McCormack's shiny new star in unison.
Weird Al Yankovic The famed comedian, musician, and actor was honored with a star on the iconic Walk of Fame on Aug. 27, and the four-time GRAMMY winner had a specific request for his fans: "Please don’t pick-ax my star, okay guys?" The performer was of course referencing the recent vandalism of President Donald Trump's Walk of Fame star, which was destroyed late last month in an actor of political protest. "I know it’s all the rage these days, but that’s not cool, just please don’t do that," Yankovic said, adding, "Unless, at some point in the future, I do something unfathomably monstrous and evil, in which case, sure, fine, go ahead, makes sense. But anything short of that, please limit yourself to spitting and urinating."
Simon Cowell Scowling Simon? Not on this day! The music producer/TV personality was surrounded by loved ones, including his girlfriend, Lauren Silverman, and their son, Eric, and friends like Kelly Clarkson and Heidi Klum, when he received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Aug. 22. “When I am looking around and I am seeing people I used to work with -- obviously Kelly Clarkson, who we did the first show [with] -- here with my family, my friends, yeah, it was very emotional,” he told ET. “It meant a lot.”
Jennifer Garner Jennifer Garner's Walk of Fame ceremony was a family affair! The 46-year-old actress was celebrated with one of the entertainment industry's highest honors on Aug. 20, receiving a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and she brought her whole family along to help celebrate. Garner was joined at the ceremony by her three sweet children -- Violet, 12, Seraphina, 9, and Samuel, 6 -- as well as her parents, William and Patricia Garner, her sisters, Susannah and Melissa, and their families. Garner was also joined at the ceremony by some of her former co-stars and famous friends, including Bryan Cranston, Steve Carell, and Judy Greer, who gave glowing tributes to the actress. But her own speech included an emotional shout-out to "the most special people in the world to me," who were in attendance. "Violet, Sera, and Sam. Hi, buddy! And my parents and my sisters, my nieces and my nephews."
Jeff Goldblum It's a family affair! The Jurassic Park actor was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on June 14 and couldn't help but share the special day with his wife, Emilie Livingston, and their adorable children, River and Charlie.
Zoe Saldana The actress was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on May 3. The 39-year-old Guardians of the Galaxy star was joined at the ceremony by her husband, Marco Perego, and their three sons -- 3-year-old twins Bowie and Cy and 1-year-old Zen. Avatar director James Cameron and Saldana's friend and co-star, Mila Kunis, also came out to show their support.
*NSYNC JC Chasez, Justin Timberlake, Joey Fatone, Lance Bass, and Chris Kirkpatrick reunited for the first time in five years on April 30 to unveil their long-awaited star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The honor comes 20 years after the group released their debut smash hit, "I Want You Back." To celebrate their induction, Ellen DeGeneres and former Total Request Live host Carson Daly came out to speak at the ceremony and lend their support.
Eva Longoria The pregnant actress was honored with a star on the iconic Hollywood Walk of Fame on April 16, where she was joined by friends Victoria Beckham, Anna Faris, Felicity Huffman, and Ricky Martin during the special star ceremony. Longoria spoke with ET at the event and said the momentous event was "overwhelming." "I meant it when I said 20 years ago, standing almost at this spot saying, 'I'm gonna have a star one day,' and then, for it to happen, was really surreal," she explained.
Tracy Morgan The Last O.G. star proudly showed off his shiny new star while being honored with his own Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony on April 10.
Lynda Carter The Wonder Woman TV actress struck a pose in front of her star during her Hollywood Walk of Fame induction ceremony on April 3.
Mark Hamill The actor was immortalized on the walk of fame on March 8, where he was joined by his former Star Wars co-star Harrison Ford; Star Wars creator George Lucas; recent Last Jedi co-stars Kelly Marie Tran and Billie Lourd; his wife of nearly 40 years, Marilou York; as well as a pair of Storm Troopers and iconic droid R2-D2. Hamill told ET after the ceremony, "It's overwhelming. It's not like a dream come true because I never in a million years dreamed of this happening." Gillian Anderson The X-Files actress was over the moon about getting a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame! Her ceremony took place on Jan. 8, and she was joined by Joel McHale, Annabeth Gish, and writer Bryan Fuller.
John Goodman The celebrated star was honored for his illustrious, decades-long career with a star on the Walk of Fame on March 10, 2017. The actor was joined by a number of his fellow actors, including his bestie and The Big Lebowski co-star Jeff Bridges.
Adam Levine The Voice coach was honored with his Walk of Fame star on Feb. 10. The Maroon 5 frontman was joined by his wife, supermodel Behati Prinsloo, and their adorable 4-month-old daughter, Dusty Rose. Levine's fellow Voice judges Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton also come out to show their support.
The Deadpool star's career was commemorated with a star on the Walk of Fame on Dec. 15, 2016. Reynolds' wife, Blake Lively brought along the couple's adorable daughters and they couldn't have been a cuter family.
The celebrated stand-up comic was honored with his star on the Walk of Fame on Oct. 10, 2016.
The SNL funnyman got his star on March 24, 2015.
The actor and director posed with his star on March 13, 2015.
Jim Parsons The Big Bang Theory star and Emmy winner smiled with boyfriend Todd Spiewak when he got his start on March 11, 2015.
The acclaimed director of the Lord of the Rings and Hobbit trilogies received his star on Dec. 8, 2014.
The musician and producer looked pretty "Happy" when Ellen DeGeneres presented him with his star on Dec. 4, 2014.
The actor was joined by Quentin Tarantino and Samuel L. Jackson when he accepted his star on Dec. 1, 2014.
The Interstellar actor got his start on Nov. 11, 2014, in the same year he won an Oscar for Dallas Buyer's Club. Not too shabby.
The Big Bang Theory star got a star right near her TV dad John Ritter's on Oct. 29, 2014.
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Boy band members Joey McIntyre, Jonathan Knight, Jordan Knight, Donnie Wahlberg, and Danny Wood gathered around their star on Oct. 9, 2014.
The veteran film and television actress received her star on May 5, 2014.
The Lord of the Rings star had son Flynn on hand to accept his star on April 2, 2014.
The Titanic star and Academy Award winner received her star on March 17, 2014.