The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce has announced that singer Carrie Underwood will be one of the honorees inducted into the Hollywood Walk of Fame class of 2018.
Underwood recently took home Video of the Year for “Church Bells” and Collaborative Video of the Year for “The Fighter” at the CMT Music Awards. Her 17 CMT Music Awards are the most in CMT Music Awards history.
Underwood has won seven Grammy Awards, ten Billboard Music Awards and twelve Academy of Country Music Awards.
Underwood released Storyteller on October 23, 2015. The album debuted at number two on the Billboard 200. Storyteller debuted at number one on the Top Country Albums chart, making her the first artist to have six consecutive number one albums on the chart.
The honorees were chosen from hundreds of nominations, according to ABC News.
Other honorees for 2018 listed below.
Motion Pictures: Jack Black, Kirsten Dunst, Jeff Goldblum, F. Gary Gray, Mark Hamill, Jennifer Lawrence, Gina Lollobrigida, Minnie Mouse, Nick Nolte and Zoe Saldana.
Television: Anthony Anderson, Gillian Anderson, Lynda Carter, Simon Cowell, RuPaul Charles, Taraji P. Henson, Eric McCormack, Ryan Murphy, Niecy Nash, Mandy Patinkin, Shonda Rhimes and the late Steve Irwin.
Recording: Mary J. Blige, Sir Richard Branson, Petula Clark, Harry Connick, Jr., Ice T, Snoop Dogg and “Weird Al” Yankovic.
Radio: Steve Jones
Live Theatre/Live Performance: Charles Aznavour, Lin-Manuel Miranda and the late Bernie Mac.
Dates have not been set for the star ceremonies. Ceremonies must be scheduled within two years from the selection date.
Last year’s inductees included Jason Bateman, Amy Adams, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Chris Pratt, Goldie Hawn, Ryan Reynolds, Mark Ruffalo, Eva Longoria, Tyra Banks, Sarah Silverman, Keri Russell, Hall & Oats, Ice Cube, John Legend, Criss Angel, Jeff Dunham and more.
Donald Trump’s star received attention back in October 2016, when a man named James Otis tried to destroy it. CEO of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce Leron Gubler told ABC News that the star would cost between $3,000 and $10,000 to repair.