Entertainment 11 Stars Who Have Turned Down a Spot on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

23:05  06 december  2019
23:05  06 december  2019 Source:   bestlifeonline.com

Christopher Dennis Dies: ‘Hollywood Superman’ And Frequent ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’ Guest Was 52

  Christopher Dennis Dies: ‘Hollywood Superman’ And Frequent ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’ Guest Was 52 Hollywood Boulevard is in mourning for a lost superhero following the death of the man known as Hollywood Superman, who frequented the Walk of Fame tourist attraction. Christopher Dennis, age 52, was a fixture along the Walk of Fame for more than 25 years, posing for photos with the many tourists who milled about the crowded sidewalk strip between the Hollywood & Highland mall and the TCL Chinese Theater.

11 Stars Who Turned Down a Spot on the Hollywood Walk of Fame . There's a reason Prince can't be found on the Hollywood Walk of Fame —and it's not because he isn't worthy. Walk of Fame ceremonies producer Ana Martinez explained in an interview with The Wrap that the late "Purple Rain"

Prince Prince originally turned down a place on the Walk of Fame back when his song "1999" was released. But when he died in April 2016, one fan Dozens more Some other famous people who are currently without stars on the Walk of Fame : Robert Redford, George Lucas, Robert DeNiro, Warren

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Little Monsters are coming for Billie Eilish after the "Bad Guy" singer seemingly shaded Lady Gaga.

While talking to Variety about moments that defined pop culture at awards shows, Eilish and her brother, Finneas O'Connell, briefly discussed the Franc Fernandez "Meat Dress" that Gaga wore to the MTV Video Music Awards in 2010.

"I grew up watching the GRAMMYs, we all did. I used to judge all the girls' dresses. That's all I did, I barely paid attention to the music," Eilish said, to which O'Connell then asked, "Was the meat dress a GRAMMYs event?"

"Eh, Yiiiiikes," Eilish, a known vegan, responded. Watch around the 3:15 mark:

Robots 'not evil' says Boston Dynamics as humanoids go viral

  Robots 'not evil' says Boston Dynamics as humanoids go viral As videos of robot-like dogs made by Boston Dynamics go viral on the internet, the humanoids' uncanny abilities have also sparked worries that they could become a threat to humans. Police going to a hazmat hazardous environment situation or bomb threat or just something where there's an unknown package and rather than have a human going to poke at it they're using the robots to poke at it."Not so, says their creator Marc Raibert in an interview with AFP at the Lisbon Web Summit, claiming that the Spot robots aren't evil and won't be turned into weapons.

with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame , the famous LA sidewalk that stretches 18 blocks and boasts more than 2600 names of Tinseltown 's finest. speech, in which he thanked himself for getting this far, it's the fact he beat out a host of A-listers who have surprisingly failed to land their own star .

Turns out some celebrities have even declined their spot on the famous landmark — many for reasons you may not expect: 1. The process of getting a star on the Hollywood Walk Prince, who was 57, died at his estate in Minneapolis, Minnesota, does not have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame .

Some of Gaga's fans who watched the video took the reaction as a diss, creating a #BillieEilishIsOverParty on Twitter that quickly started trending. 

Meanwhile, Eilish's fans came to her defense, writing things like, "Y'all really expect Billie (a vegan) to say anything other than yikes at the meat dress? Wild."

Others, who are fans of both Eilish and Gaga, expressed their opinions on the situation, with many arguing that Twitter users had taken it too far.

Eilish and Gaga have yet to weigh in on the hashtags, but we highly doubt this situation will cause any real beef between the two pop stars. In the meantime, hear more on Eilish in the video below!

Stars fire Montgomery due to unprofessional conduct .
The Dallas Stars have fired head coach Jim Montgomery due to unprofessional conduct and named assistant Rick Bowness the interim bench boss, the team announced Tuesday. "The Dallas Stars expect all of our employees to act with integrity and exhibit professional behavior while working for and representing our organization. This decision was made due to unprofessional conduct inconsistent with the core values and beliefs of the Dallas Stars and the National Hockey League," general manager Jim Nill said in a statement. The Stars currently hold the first wild-card position in the Western Conference with a 17-11-3 record. More to come.

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