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We love seeing gals come out to support their fellow gals. 

Charlie's Angels first hit screens back in 1976 as a tv series, and then spanned a 2000 reboot starring Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore and Lucy Liu.

Fans fell in love with the badass-ery and unique personalities of each woman, and the stars have shown that they value each other off screen as well as on.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The actresses emerged full throttle to support Lucy Liu, who received her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

The fierce action adventure movie also starred Demi Moore in the 2003 sequel, and Moore was on hand to celebrate Liu's historic award, according to Vulture;

"Lucy and I first met while making Charlie's Angels- I didn't know we were going to have a reunion today," Moore gushed in a speech.

"I could see she was in fact as I had heard a badass with brains. Then the better I got to know her I realised she wasn't just about a badass with brains, she was a badass with brains, a beautiful heart with a deep loving soul and a damn good sense of humour." AW.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The honoree herself was clearly excited to see influential faces within the crowd;

"My dear Angels," said the 50-year-old veteran actress, "It's a 20 year reunion. Twenty years ago, we were an elite crime fighting team and now look at us." (THEY LOOK UNREAL)

Liu continues to break glass ceilings in the industry, and takes pride in her mission for her  three-year-old son, Rockwell.

"Today there is so much more representation on screen," she added. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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"Now, he can see himself in this world and he won't know there is a limit. I never set out to be groundbreaking. I didn't have the goal of being a first. I just wanted to what I loved."

Liu is only the second Asian-American woman to receive a star on Hollywood Walk of Fame, after the silent-movie actress Anna May Wong received hers almost 60 years ago.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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“Asians have been making movies for a long time,” Liu said in her speech. “They just weren’t making them here because we weren’t yet invited to the table.”

She also referenced Anna May in her speech;

"A hundred years ago, she was a pioneer while enduring racism, marginalization, and exclusion,” she said. “We could actually start our own little Chinatown right here.” 

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On April 30, we were overwhelmed with 'It's Gonna Be May' memes, and so it was only appropriate that on that same day the men themselves were honoured with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

The members of NSYNC appreciated the coincidence, with Lance Bass telling Variety, "Originally, we were going to do this a month before to go along with our 20th anniversary of the first album, but because of Justin’s tour schedule we had to postpone it a month.

"But, it just perfectly happened to be on April 30, and that’s our day."

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'It's Gonna Be May' took off as a common mishearing of the lyrics in 'It's Gonna Be Me'. And we have to say, mistaken words are rarely as funny and long-lasting as this beloved meme.

"The first time I saw it, it just cracked me up, because I never really thought about the way that Justin pronounced ‘me’ in the song," Lance explained, "So every April 30 it’s kind of like my favourite day, because it’s my annual May post, and the fans love it."

We're sure the fans also loved the fact that the iconic boy band received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame! Lance, Justin Timberlake, JC Chasez, Chris Kirkpatrick, and Joey Fatone all gathered together to celebrate their communal pop career.

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During the ceremony, Variety reports that Lance shared a powerful speech on what it was like to come out as gay several years after the pop group had broken up.

"Growing up in Mississippi, in a Southern Baptist church, in a town where everyone knows your business, I had a secret: I was gay," he told the crowd.

"At the time, I thought I'd never be able to tell anyone… I didn't want to jeopardise the careers of [my bandmembers]… I thought if I were to come out, NSYNC would be over.

"So many nights onstage, I'd see young gay fans singing their hearts out, and I wanted so badly to let you know [that] I was you. I just didn't have the strength then."

We are so proud of Lance, and his fellow band members. While they may not have all skyrocketed to Justin's level of fame, we will always treasure the bopping tunes they've given us.

And in case you're wondering what Joey Fatone is up to these days, Rolling Stone says the 41-year-old joked:

"You can also see me performing at Chuck E Cheese's next week." Yep, these guys are tearing up our hearts.

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The one and only Steve Irwin was posthumously honoured yesterday with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

His wife Terri, 19-year-old daughter Bindi, and 14-year-old son Robert were all there to honour the legendary 'Crocodile Hunter'.

Steve died nearly 12 years ago, in September 2006, when a stingray barb pierced his heart. He is still beloved by many for the wild enthusiasm and love of animals he brought to TV screens everywhere.

This latest celebration of Steve's career means so much to his family, who have since carried on his conservation work.

 

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"A moment in time I’ll always remember," Terri reflected on Twitter, "Steve received a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Couldn’t be more proud." 

The Irwins invited those attending the ceremony to wear their 'best khaki' in honour of the man who rocked the beige on most of his TV programmes.

We love the pictures the family shared from yesterday, and they certainly are pulling off that khaki! It must run in the family.

Steve's kids were touched by the tribute to their father's life.

Bindi wrote on social media, "I’ll remember today forever. Such an emotional moment and beautiful chapter in our lives."

Robert expressed his own feelings on the day, saying:

"What an incredible day! A huge honour to unveil Dad’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and also to celebrate with a gorgeous green anaconda. So very proud of my dad today."

We are delighted that his legacy was celebrated in such a special way.

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Steve Irwin, the late beloved Crocodile Hunter, is set to receive a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame, and we could not be happier. 

The Walk of Fame Committee announced the decision over the weekend, honouring the amazing nature expert for his "outstanding contribution to the entertainment industry through his wildlife documentaries".  

"Steve has always said that he didn't care if anyone remembered him, as long as they remembered his message," Terri Irwin, Steve's lovely wife, said in a statement from the family's Zoo conservation site in Western Queensland.

"I truly believe that this recognition for Steve's achievements will ensure that his message of wildlife conservation is remembered."

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Steve Irwin was a popular fixture on all of our televisions, thanks to his brilliant show The Crocodile Hunter, and energetic appearances on late night talk shows, including The Tonight Show With Jay Leno.

The father-of-two died suddenly from a stingray attack in September 2006, while filming an underwater documentary in Queensland's Batt Reef.

"This is the most extraordinary moment, honouring Dad's legacy and all that he achieved for global conservation," said his lovely daughter, Bindi.

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"Dad changed the world by reaching out to people through their television screens to bring them on the adventure of a lifetime. To have his name on a Hollywood star means the world as we carry on with his important work."

Irwin is being honoured alongside an impressive 2018 class including stars Jack Black, Kirsten Dunst, Jeff Goldblum, Jennifer Lawrence, Snoop Dogg, Weird Al Yankovic and Sir Richard Branson among others.

What a wonderful legacy! 

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The A-list Hollywood duo have been especially guarded of their children's privacy ever since daughter James arrived two years ago.

Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively have since gone on to have another daughter – born in September of this year – though as yet her name has not been revealed. 

 

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What now has been unveiled, however, is the children themselves… and they're every bit as precious and gorgeous as we imagined.

Yes, BOTH adorable Reynolds-Lively offspring turned up for their dad's Hollywood Walk Of Fame unveiling earlier today. 

And while the afternoon was all about Ryan, he made sure his wife of four years was firmly in the spotlight too.

"I want to thank my wife, Blake, who is sitting right there, who is everything to me," he begin in a speech which frankly still has us weeping with joy.

"You are the best thing that has ever happened to me.

 

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"You make everything better. You make everything in my life better. You've given me two of the most incredible children I've ever hoped to have."

Blake, 29, looked suitably stunning in a knee-length blue dress while man-of-the-hour Mr Reynolds, 40, was dapper in a complementing suit. 

James and her sister meanwhile were just, well, totes adorbs. 

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While many of us are happy we got our morning latte, Usher is happy that he received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame this week.

The 37-year-old was joined by Stevie Wonder on Wednesday to accept his shiny plaque.

 

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He told Variety: "“My music has always been about fusion. Even ‘Yeah!’ if you listen to the textures. 

"It became a celebratory record, but it was about creating a fusion so that everybody around the world could enjoy it.

 

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"That’s what seems to work, whenever I go out to bat with a specific idea or a concept, fusion is always the concept," he added.

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Kaley Cuoco had an emotional day yesterday after she was honoured with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

The event was obviously one that was very close to the actress’ heart as she was seen dabbing her eyes with a tissue and told E! News: “I didn’t write a speech, because I thought I would speak from my heart and I already started crying in the car on the way over here, so I got that out of the way. I still think they are going to call and say this was a mistake.”

The Big Bang Theory star also payed homage to her 8 Simple Rules co-star, John Ritter, who passed away suddenly after falling ill during rehearsals for the show.

Kaley posed for a photo with John’s own Walk of Fame star and said: “He must be jumping off the walls right now. I can’t even imagine what’s going on up there.”

It was also reported that Kaley asked for her star to be close to her former on-screen dad’s star – what a sweet thought.

The actress also thanked her husband, Ryan Sweeting in her speech, saying: “My husband Ryan, who has also dealt with a lot of Kaley days, you have no idea how much I love you. This would not be the same without being able to share it with you today.”

Ryan and Kaley were married last January after a whirlwind romance.

Congratulations to the star, it sounds like she had a really lovely day. 

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