Published: Fri, November 22, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Let it go: Bell gets Hollywood star, jokes about mugging

Let it go: Bell gets Hollywood star, jokes about mugging

Bell, who came to fame on TV teen detective show Veronica Mars and appears in NBC's The Good Place, unveiled her new star alongside fellow honoree Idina Menzel.

She said, "I'm so grateful to be accepting this award on these hallowed streets where Pretty Women sold her body for money".

Kristen and Idina received their stars together outside the Pantages Theatre on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame.

Actress Kristen Bell was missing her biggest supporter at her Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony on Tuesday.

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"The Good Place" creator Michael Schur described the location as "the most glamorous location in all of show business - the semi-abandoned Starline Tours branch office".

Frozen features seven new songs that the filmmakers hope will captivate viewers much like the anthem Let It Go from the original movie. He was joined by Alan Horn, co-chairman and chief creative officer for The Walt Disney Studios. "I don't want her on the back of some 16-year-old bozo who doesn't know how to drive so I will give her the skills that she needs to be cautious and prepared and that way we know she's in charge and not at the whim of some 16-year-old who just got his license'". "And the victim will look up and say that's not even her son you son of a b***h".

The ceremony also doubled as a mini "Frozen" reunion because Josh Gad, who voices the affable Olaf, was on hand to honor Menzel. "Only then will I know I truly made it".

"I don't want to let my fears overcome me", Bell added. The facts are he has been riding since he was 3-years-old, he is actually a better driver in a vehicle or a motorcycle going 80 on a racetrack than I am doing 30 on a side street.

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