Traveling to Los Angeles is the same as traveling to Hollywood, since if you go to one place it is clear that you are going to visit the other, indeed, it is very likely that if you visit Los Angeles it will be to go to the mecca of cinema. And if you are going to visit Hollywood , one of the favorite visits for all tourists is the Hollywood Walk of Fame . It is on Hollywood Boulevard and it is a huge sidewalk where on its floor you can find more than 2,000 stars with the names of many celebrities who are honored by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce for their contribution to the entertainment industry. You are not a true Hollywood star until you have your own star, forgive the redundancy.
Each star is a piece of terrazzo framed within a five-pointed star with a pink background and bordered in bronze. The star is embedded in a charcoal square and inside it is the name of the person and a round bronze emblem that indicates the category to which said person belongs. If the drawing is a cinematographic camera it belongs to the film industry, if it is a television then to television, the world of music is represented by a phonograph, the world of radio by a radio microphone and the theater by two masks.
As a curiosity, say that Michael Jackson has two stars, one as a soloist and another as a member of The Jackson 5. The same happens with John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Star, who have it individually and as members of The Beatles. The first star was awarded to actress Joanne Woodward in 1960. Gene Autry is the only person to receive a star in each of the categories. There are two actors with the same name who have a star in the film category: Harrison Ford, the first was a silent film actor, and the other is Indiana Jones.
The youngest to have a star are twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, television stars, who were 17 when they received it and are also the only twins to have one. The Simpsons, Mickey Mouse, Shrek or Winnie the Pooh are some of the award-winning cartoons. SpongeBob and Dora the Explorer will host her in 2012.