The Jonas Brothers are going Hollywood … literally.
The trio has been announced as one of the class of 2023 honorees on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, meaning that sometime in the future they’ll be receiving a star on the legendary landmark. The date that their star will be unveiled has not been set — like all recipients, the group has two years to schedule a ceremony.
Also getting stars in the Recording category: Marc Anthony, country superstar Blake Shelton, rocker Lenny Kravitz, R&B legend Charlie Wilson, percussionist Sheila E., music executive Irving Azoff and the late Mexican singer Jenni Rivera, who died in a plane crash in 2012.
Pentatonix is also being honored with a star, but in the category of Live Theater/Live Performance.
On the TV side, Mindy Kaling, Jon Favreau, Martin Lawrence, Ralph Macchio, Ellen Pompeo and original SNL cast member Garrett Morris will be honored.
For movies, rapper/actor Ludacris, Bill Pullman, Uma Thurman, Vince Vaughn, John Waters, and the late Juanita Moore and Paul Walker will be getting stars.
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