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Neil Patrick Harris Gets His Star On The Hollywood Blvd Walk Of Fame!

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Neil Patrick Harris Hollywood Walk of Fame Star

It's one of the most prestigious honors one can receive in Hollywood!

That beautiful, golden bordered, red star with your name on it, perfectly placed in Hollywood history for all the tourists to walk on!

Sigh. It's everyone's dream here.

And now Neil Patrick Harris is one of the luckiest with his very own star!

The actor, who looked fabulous in his Dolce&Gabbana suit, graciously accepted the honor Thursday. His boyfriend, David Burtka, was there to support him the whole way!

Congrats, NPH!!! You deserve it! (Check out all the pics below!)

[Image via Mavrix Online.]

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15 comments to “Neil Patrick Harris Gets His Star On The Hollywood Blvd Walk Of Fame!”



  1. 1

    well deserved doogie



  2. 2

    I want him to penetrate me.



  3. 3

    …. support him all the way through. Gimme a break, this isn't a tragedy … nobody died. It's nice that you do have family and friends … but this is all about NPH, not his relationship.



  4. 4

    Are you kidding me!!!?? WHY??!!! I love this guy as much as the next person, but WHY???????

    Hollywood Blvd. must be as long as the great wall of China for them to want to be filling it up with people are not noteworthy. Is he even 40 years old yet. wtf??? I would be embarassed if i were him.



  5. 5

    Never thought much about this guy, but than heard his dribble on Howard Stern,

    now I dont like him at all



  6. 6

    Piggy, you should explain that the honor costs $$$. I believe a "minimum" "donation" is about $10,000. Just like Forest Lawn, it's all about location, location.



  7. 7

    Keep dreaming Mario, because a star on Hollywood Blvd. is the only place one with your name on it will ever be seen. No one will every pony up the money since, really, you're not worth 10 cents, let alone the thousands it costs for a star. Oh and by the way…David is his partner…they parent together and they are engaged (if not already married). He is not his boyfriend. Surprised you don't know the difference…oh wait…that's because you've had neither and probably never will.



  8. 8

    Re: pollopicu – Well then thank god you're not. It's not a lifetime achievement award. It's an honor deserved of his talent, which he's been doing since his teens. He's also a huge humanitarian, so get a grip.



  9. 9

    Should this read something like "NPH Buys His Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame"?



  10. 10

    Good for him!!! And as always, he looks good. But his boyfriend needs to drop a couple of bills and buy an appropriate suit.



  11. 11

    David can't suit up?



  12. 12

    congrats to Mr Patrick Harris a star on the walk of fame is an honor though some less than deserving stars are getting them next year Jennifer Aniston and Vin Diseal among that crop when people like Vanessa Redgrave should get them way before them as she's a beloved Icon of stage and screen so she could technically receive two at the same time

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    13

    Really? No one's gonna remember anything he's done in a few years. All he's really famous for is 'How I Met Your Mother' and that show he did as a kid.
    There are actors who have done a bunch of classic movies which people will remember forever that don't have a star yet.



  14. 14

    Re: ctblackdiamondprincess – It's not about who should get them but who "wants" them. Some big names have actually turned down offers like Julia Roberts, George Clooney, even Clint Eastwood doesn't have a star, either because they were never nominated or wouldn't make an appearance at the ceremony



  15. 15

    Honestly, what's so great in something you have to campaign and pay for?