LOS ANGELES - Britney Spears, Kevin Costner and Halle Berry are getting stars on Hollywood's celebrated Walk of Fame.
Glenn Close, Anthony Hopkins, John Singleton, Ted Turner, Journey and 17-year-old twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen will also get the sidewalk honor next year. The new inductees were announced Thursday by Johnny Grant, chairman of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce.
"There's a favorite on this list for everybody. We have both young and veteran performers and local, national and international stars," Grant said. "The induction ceremonies will generate a lot of excitement for our residents and visitors from around the world."
The inductees represent film, television, radio, live theater and recording. Grant said they were chosen from hundreds of nominations during a June 13 meeting.
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