After nearly 10 years of losing her life, Jenni Rivera will be honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
The city’s chamber of commerce announced that the late Mexican-American singer will receive a posthumous tribute for her achievements in the world of music.
Jenni will be part of the 24 celebrities who will receive a star on the legendary catwalk during 2023, according to the organizing committee.
“The Walk of Fame Selection Panel is pleased to announce 24 new honorees on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. We can’t wait to celebrate them as they become a part of Hollywood history with the unveiling of their star on the runway.” most famous in the world,” said Ellen K, director of the Walk of Fame.
The interpreter will be recognized for having left a mark on the Mexican regional music genre with more than 20 million records sold around the world.
“I have no words to describe the joy, the emotion and all the pride that has filled not only my heart, but everyone’s. Thank you for loving her so much,” wrote Jacqie Rivera, the singer’s daughter, in her account. from Instagram. “You did it mom! You’re getting a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame! And I can almost hear you say ‘you thought she wouldn’t?!'”
The artist’s life was cut short by a tragic accident that shocked the world. Jenni lost her life along with her work team at the age of 43, in a plane crash in Monterrey Mexico in December 2012. Her children and her family continue to work to expand her legacy.
Under the category of recording artists, Marc Anthony, Sheila E, Lenny Kravitz, Blake Shelton, among others, will also be recognized.