At the May 1 ceremony, the 50-year-old got tons of support from her family. This includes mom Cecilia and 3-year-old son Rockwell Lloyd, whom she welcomed via gestational surrogacy back in in 2015.
This major moment of nostalgia comes nearly 20 years after the Elementary star — along with Drew, 44, and Cameron, 46 — cemented themselves as an iconic crime-fighting trio in 2000’s Charlie’s Angels. Demi Moore — who starred alongside them in 2003’s Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle — and Rhea Perlman — Lucy’s costar on Pearl in the ’90s — showed up to honor her on this big day.
A star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame is just the latest honor for Lucy. Never forget that she received a Primetime Emmy nomination for her portrayal of Ling Woo in Ally McBeal (1997-2002). However, she also doesn’t dismiss how important this moment is for her — as well as for many others, too.
“I never take the time because I’m constantly onto the next thing,” Lucy notes, “but I think this is definitely something I’m really going to stop and celebrate because to me it’s a huge dream come true.”
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