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Hollywood Walk of Fame: Nia Long, Fantasia, Sherri & Jane Fonda Among 2025 Inductees


The Hollywood Walk of Fame is making room for 36 game-changing entertainment acts as part of its 2025 class.

Announced during a celebrity-studded press conference at Ovation Hollywood on Monday (June 24), names like Niecy Nash, Jimmy Jam, Joe Mantegna, and more were on hand to announce the list of entertainment professionals set to receive stars on the coveted walk next year.

From Country icon Keith Urban and music legend Prince (who will receive the honor posthumously) to ‘South Park’ creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone as well as GRAMMY winners Fantasia, The Isley Brothers, and others, look inside to see the megawatt tally of talent that makes up the newest Hollywood Walk of Fame inductee roster.

Hollywood Walk of Fame: Nia Long, Fantasia, Sherri & Jane Fonda Among 2025 Inductees

2025 Hollywood Walk of Fame Class


Fantasia, 39

Depeche Mode


Green Day

Los Bukis

The B-52s

The Isley Brothers

Busta Rhymes, 52

George Strait, 72

Keith Urban, 56


Prince (posthumous)

Motion pictures

John Carpenter, 76, filmmaker

Jessica Chastain, 47, actress and producer

Bill Duke, 81, actor and director

Robert Englund, 77, actor and director

Emilio Estevez, 62, actor and filmmaker

Colin Farrell, 48, actor

Jane Fonda, 86, actress and activist

Nia Long, 53, actress

Lisa Lu, 97, actress

Glynn Turman, 77, actor, writer and director

Toni Vaz, 101, stuntwoman


Lauren Graham, 57, actress, producer and novelist

Bill Nye, 68, science communicator (Bill Nye the Science Guy)

Molly Shannon, 59, actress and comedian

Sherri Shepherd, 57, actress and TV personality

Courtney B. Vance, 64, actor

Chris Wallace, 76, broadcast journalist

Trey Parker, 54, and Matt Stone, 53, actors, animators, filmmakers (double ceremony)

Live theater/performance

Misty Copeland, 41, ballet dancer

Alan Cumming, 59, actor


Adam Carolla, 60, radio personality, comedian and podcaster

Sports entertainment

David Beckham, 49, retired football player

Orel Hershiser, 65, retired baseball player and analyst

Reacting to the news, Nia Long posted a tweet on X.

She said: “WALK OF FAME CLASS OF 2025!?! Me? MY VERY OWN STAR??!!!?? WOW!!! My mother used to tell me when I was a little girl I would have a star on the HOLLYWOOD WALK OF FAME one day. I never really believed it was possible. Life was hard back then. Today a dream came true for both of us. I’m so grateful to be included with this amazing group of artists. Thank you Jesus!!! Thank you to all of you who continue to support my artistry. Thank you @WalkofFameStar for this incredible honor. I love you Mommy. Go BROWN GIRL.”


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