Lori Loughlin and Magic Johnson at Holly Robinson Peete’s Hollywood Walk of Fame star ceremony
Lori Loughlin, Magic Johnson and LeVar Burton were among the stars in attendance on Tuesday as actress Holly Robinson Peete was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Robinson Peete, 57, said that “being immortalized on Hollywood Blvd is so exciting,” calling it “a permanent tribute to a career spanning more than four decades in TV,” said Robinson Peete, age 57. Fox11†
At the event, the actress, best known for her work in Hallmark films and the TV shows Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper and 21 Jump Street, in a long yellow dress with purple strappy heels, her curly locks down and goodbye.
The latest: Magic Johnson, 62, and Lori Loughlin, 57, were among the stars in attendance Tuesday when actress Holly Robinson Peete, 57, was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Johnson was seen at the ceremony
Loughlin, 57, who appeared on the red carpet for the first time in more than three years on Saturday at Robinson Peete’s DesignCare 2022 Gala for her nonprofit HollyRod Foundationwas dressed in an all-white ensemble of a skirt with a long coat.
The Full House actress, who has made headlines for the past three years for her involvement in a college admissions scandal, rounded out her ensemble with chunky open-toed heels and sported her side-parted blonde locks.
Loughlin, who spent nearly two months in jail in 2020 after pleading guilty to conspiracy in the recording case, wore gold earrings and a necklace on a sunny Southern California summer day.
Johnson, 62, was dressed in a shiny stone-blue suit with a Hawaiian button-up top and white sneakers as he spoke at the dedication ceremony.
Loughlin, Peete and Amy Yasbeck posed together during the dedication ceremony
Robinson Peete donned a long yellow dress with purple strappy heels and her curly locks down and parted
Loughlin was dressed in an all-white ensemble of a skirt with a long coat
Loughlin appeared on the red carpet for the first time in over three years on Saturday at Robinson Peete’s DesignCare 2022 Gala for her nonprofit HollyRod Foundation
Burton, 65, looked smart in a navy suit with a white T-shirt and white sneakers. The Star Trek and Reading Rainbow performer sported a beard and wore a necklace during the dedication ceremony.
Burton worked with Robinson Peete on her first project, the 1979 TV movie Dummy.
Actress Amy Yasbeck, 59, was in attendance, wearing a long pink dress with floral patterns. The widow of the late comedy icon John Ritter wore her red locks parted and down during the ceremony.
Robinson Peete, best known for her work in Hallmark films and the TV shows Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper and 21 Jump Street, posed with a plaque during the ceremony
Robinson Peete posed with Johnson and Burton on the sunny summer day in LA
Johnson was dressed in a shiny stone blue suit with a Hawaiian button-up top
Loughlin and Burton were chatting during the ceremony
Robinson Peete’s star is the 2,725 who has been on the Walk of Fame since its inception in 1961, according to Fox11.
Robinson Peete said she dedicated the credit to her mother Dolores Robinson, who led her career for three decades.
“She dreamed big for herself to bring her kids west from Philadelphia in ’74,” she said, according to the outlet. “Without her audacity and courage to create a better life for us, I wouldn’t be getting this star!”
The actress said appearing on 21 Jump Street from 1987-1991 was her “most emotional project” and “catapulted” her career.
“I absolutely loved the character of Agent Judy Hoffs,” she said of her role in the series, starring Johnny Depp. “I cried so hard when the show ended. I didn’t want to say goodbye to her.’