The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce has announced the latest celebrities to receive stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2021.


Honorees Announcement

Ellen K, radio personality and the chair of the Walk of Fame selection panel, announced the new honorees alongside Rana Ghadban, the president and CEO of the Hollywood Commerce, saying:

"The Walk of Fame selection panel is pleased to announce 35 new honorees to the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The Selection Panel, made up of fellow Walk of Famers, hand-picks a group of honorees each year that represent various genres of the entertainment world. The panel has done an exemplary job in choosing very talented people. We can't wait to see each and every honoree's face as they realize that they are becoming a part of Hollywood's history as we unveil their star on the world's most famous walkway!"

The honorees and their respective categories are as followed.

Motion Picture

Josh Brolin, Don Cheadle, Morris Chestnut, Benedict Cumberbatch, Zac Efron, Giancarlo Giannini, Shia LaBeouf, Jimmy Smits, Naomi Watts and a double star for Ali MacGraw and Ryan O'Neal.

Recording 

The Chi-Lites, Kelly Clarkson, Missy Elliott, Ana Gabriel, Jefferson Airplane, The Judds, Don McLean, Salt-N-Pepa, Trisha Yearwood and Charlie Parker (Posthumous).

Live Theatre/Live Performance

Sarah Brightman, Luciano Pavarotti (Posthumous) and August Wilson (Posthumous)

Radio

Big Boy

They will be recognized with a star unveiling ceremony in Hollywood. No official dates have been scheduled as of yet.

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