If West Hollywood and Mark Hamill have their way, President Trump will lose his place on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
The West Hollywood City Council voted unanimously for a resolution to permanently remove Trump’s recently vandalized star. The resolution asks that the Los Angeles City Council and the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce take action. Trump got the star in 2007 for his work on “The Apprentice.”
Unfortunately, the resolution isn’t legally binding because West Hollywood has no jurisdiction over the Walk of Fame. That hasn’t stopped Mark Hamill from asking for that place for the late Carrie Fisher. He took to Twitter to ask, “How about replacing it with someone who really earned it?”
- Even though sources say Carrie’s definitely in the running to get the honor, it’ll take a while. Thanks to a little known tradition, there’s a mandatory mourning period of five years before a dead person can be recognized with a star. That means she won’t be up for it until 2021.