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Fans Flock to Leave Tributes at Elizabeth Taylor's Walk of Fame Star

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Tributes, including handwritten notes, flowers, candles, and more, began pouring in this morning on Hollywood Boulevard at the site of the Walk of Fame star of actress and activist Elizabeth Taylor, who died today at the age of 79. Fans opting to speak to the media spoke about particular films that had an impact on their lives, as well as their longstanding admiration for Taylor's sensual glamor and role in the fight against AIDS.

The Associated Press has video footage from the Walk of Fame today: