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Photos: Fans Pay Tribute At David Bowie's Hollywood Star
Following the news of David Bowie's untimely death, fans have gathered to pay tribute at the Starman's star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame.
Beginning late last night fans began adding candles, flowers, small bottles of alcohol and lots of stardust (or glitter, if you prefer). Similar tributes have been growing around the world.
Bowie's star on the Walk of Fame, Hollywood Blvd. 5 live-TV cameras pointed directly at it. #ZiggyStardust pic.twitter.com/74EUv6Jrqb— Jonathan Kay (@jonathankay) January 11, 2016
A wreath of flowers was added later this morning as more fans gathered to share their thoughts and memories of the late musician.
Bowie received his star in Hollywood on February 12, 1997.
David Bowie is receiving his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles,1997 pic.twitter.com/qaabFe60— hanna helena (@helenahanna) February 12, 2013
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