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Orlando Bloom unveiled his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame yesterday (April 2), with the help of his son Flynn.
The actor described his 3-year-old child as "the real star in [his] life" as they attended the ceremony together.
The actor also paid tribute to his mother and father, as well as mentioning his ex-partner Miranda Kerr - from whom he announced his separation in October after six years together.
"No support can happen or even feel vaguely this sweet, without the support of family and good friends," he said, before going on to thank "Miranda, for giving [him] the greatest gift of all - [his] son".
On bringing Flynn to the ceremony, Bloom told E!: "I got a star »
He’s famed for his iconic roles as Legolas in Lord Of The Rings and Will Turner in Pirates Of The Caribbean, as well as smaller roles in Ned Kelly and Elizabethtown, and now Brit actor Orlando Bloom has got one of those famous stars on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame!
The ceremony was for the 2,521st star on the famous walk, and attended by the awesome Forest Whitaker and director David Leveaux who spoke at the event. As you probably didn’t get a chance to watch the Orlando get his deserved star, you can watch it via this link right here – it starts at about 11:28 but the link will guide you!
It’s also a great time for Mr Bloom as The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug is released on Blu-ray and DVD on April 7th and he plays a vital part in proceedings.
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- Dan Bullock
Talk about stealing Daddy's spotlight! Orlando Bloom's ridiculously adorable son, Flynn, pretty much did just that when his father received his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Wednesday. Yep. Sporting a 'do similar to his pop and dressed just as stylishly, the 3-year-old simply killed us with cuteness as he stood by Bloom's side during the entire ceremony. And while his ex, Miranda Kerr, was not on hand, Bloom nevertheless acknowledged her while speaking to those in attendance by thanking her for giving him the best gift—their son. Guest speakers included Forest Whitaker and David Leveaux, who directed Bloom in the Broadway production of Romeo and »
Though David Leveaux's Broadway revival of Romeo and Juliet wrapped two months ago, Orlando Bloom is still reeling about the exhausting, yet simultaneously energizing, experience. Photos: David Rooney's Top 10 New York Theater Picks for 2013 "Vocally, your breath, what it takes to put your voice out into a huge theater that we were in, and to sustain that for eight shows a week!" Bloom told The Hollywood Reporter in New York City last week. "And 120 performances -- I never missed a show, which I'm really proud of. The first four weeks, I slept like the dead. I don't know whether
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