While Trump's star is still intact, Twitter banded together on Wednesday, using Hamill's #AStarForCarrie to plead the case that Fisher deserves a star.
If you're a Star Wars fan, it must be hard for you to make peace with the fact that our beloved Princess and General, Leia Organa, the late Carrie Fisher, still does not have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Speaking with The Los Angeles Times, a spokeswoman for the organization, Ana Martinez, explained that they view the stars as part of the historical fabric of the Walk of Fame and that stars are never removed.
The celebrity's family must approve of the star, but only one deceased celeb's star is approved each year. Because the LA Times reports that as per the rules of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, the application for Carrie Fisher's star would have to be submitted by her estate on her fifth death anniversary.
Fisher passed away December 27, 2016, so she will be eligible for a star on December 27, 2021.
As for Fisher getting a star of her own, the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce has made it clear that they'd happily accept her submission, but it's a more complicated process than simple public demand.
Though it's unlikely the Chamber of Commerce and Garcetti will budge on the issue, that does not mean Fisher can not receive her own posthumous star in a different spot on the famed sidewalk.
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