Thalia to be honored with her very own Star in the Hollywood Walk of Fame (Latinos Post)
Mexican actress and singer Thalía will unveil her very own star on the legendary Walk of Fame in the Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles. According to the Huffington Post, on December 5, “La Reina de las Telenovelas” will be honored for her more than 30 years in the entertainment business. Thalía, who participated in several popular telenovelas including “María, la del barrio” and “Marimar”, will be honored with the 2,514th star, which will be situated right opposite the W Hollywood Hotel, the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce informed.
“I adore you so much! Thank you for accompanying me in every project, in every one of my dreams! ¡Los amo!” wrote Thalía on Twitter, sharing her excitement with her fans. This recognition is just another milestone for the “A Quién Le Importa” singer. On October 31, Thalía released a new children’s book titled “Chupie, The Binky That Returned Home,” that she wrote and illustrated herself.
The star appeared on NBC’s “Today” and opened up about how her daughter Sabrina inspired her to write “Chupie.” “I didn’t want to see her cry. It was drama… so I started adding two pacifiers in the crib because when she would fall asleep the pacifier would fall out and she would cry. So every 40 minutes you have to go to the crib and put the pacifier back in their mouth. I ended up with 20 pacifiers in the crib and it was crazy,” said Thalía, according to Latina.
In order to help her daughter forget about the pacifier, the 42-year-old singer came up with the perfect idea.”It was like divine intervention and it was the desperate call of a mother at 3 a.m… The baby was crying, I couldn’t find the paci (pacifier) and I took the paci and I was like, ‘Do you know why paci’s sad? Paci’s falling off your lips because paci misses her mommy. Pacifier wants to go home to binky (pacifier) land and she was like, ‘Binky land?’ and I said, ‘Yes, she lives in a castle made of caramel and also mommy misses the binky… Imagine me and you apart, Sabrina, you and me apart would be terrible.'”
Source: Latinos Post