Lucy Liu, 50, received a special honor and received her own personal star on the Walk of Fame. To support her in such an important day for the actress came not only relatives, but also colleagues in the film “Charlie’s Angels” Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore and Demi Moore.
Lucy Liu was the second Asian American to win a star on the Walk of Fame. In an act of thanksgiving, the actress noted this fact and thanked her predecessor, actress Anna May Wong, for having suffered racism and passed many trials to become the first of its kind.
On such a momentous day, her little son, relatives and colleagues on the set turned up next to Lucy. Demi Moore, Drew Barrymore and Cameron Diaz, who left Hollywood, could not miss this event and, together with Lew, posed for the photographers, congratulating her on her achievement. Thus, albeit briefly, but the former composition of Charlie’s Angels reunited again.
Lucy thanked her parents, who came to America as immigrants, survived a lot of hardships, overcame many obstacles and instilled in her perseverance and determination. “I realized that the things that made me feel like an outsider were actually the most significant factors in my success. This industry has allowed me to grow as a person and discover more and more opportunities. The honor I won today proves that anyone can take their place among the stars, ”Lew concluded.