American actress Jennifer Aniston was honoured with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Wednesday. The "Friends" actress has now joined an elite club of celebrities who have been honoured with the star.
Aniston, who made her mark on Hollywood playing Rachel Green on the wildly popular 90s sitcom "Friends", has established herself as a popular film star and was recently voted one of the sexiest women of all time, by Men's Health magazine.
Her performance in "Friends" earned her several awards, including Emmys and a Golden Globe. Her more notable film roles are "Bruce Almighty", "Horrible Bosses" and "The Break-Up".
"It probably wasn't even a dream, it was one of my wildest dreams. I don't think that I ever even thought that this would be here, this day. So I am utterly humbled and grateful," she was quoted as telling fans and friends, in a Reuters report.
Aniston's father John Aniston was present at the occasion, as was Adam Sandler and also her co-star from her new film "Wanderlust" - Justin Theroux.
"She prayed for three things - to have everyone in the entire world be fascinated with her hair, to one day star in a movie about an evil leprechaun who kills people, and most importantly, receive a star on the prestigious Hollywood Walk of Fame. Well, today, Jennifer, the trifecta is here," Reuters quoted Sandler as saying during the event.