Celebrities Who Still Don’t Have a Walk of Fame Star
There a few things you must have in order to be considered an A-list Hollywood star, an Oscar, an invitation to the Met gala and Walk of Fame star. However, for some celebrities, there A-list status is also not enough to get them the star.
History of the most iconic Hollywood symbol, Walk of Fame star:
Originally, the Walk of Fame star was conceptualized in 1953. However, the very first is said to build in 1960. Although it is not confirmed, it is rumored that Joanne Woodward was the very first recipient of the Walk of Fame star. At the moment, there are more than 2600 stars and the spot has become on the most popular tourist place. Annually, more than 10 million people visit the place from all over the world.
Despite their A-list status, there are some celebrities who do not have Walk of Fame star.
Although there are hundreds of celebrities with the star, the process to get it is a bit complicated. First, someone has to nominate the celebrity for the Walk of Fame star. Then, the celebrity has to accept the nomination as well as pay $50,000 for the ceremony. It is also compulsory for them to attend the ceremony. If a celebrity has passed away, they are eligible for this honor five years after their death. Once they overcome all of these obstacles, then they will have their own Walk of Fame star. It is possible that this complicated procedure is the reason why some of the most famous celebrities who do not have the star. Here is the list of some A-list celebrities without the star:
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