John Travolta and Bruce Willis have been chosen among this year's (11) inductees to the New Jersey Hall Of Fame - but fellow Hollywood star Michael Douglas failed to land a hometown honour.
The Wall Street star was among the 30 nominees named in November (10) who were up for a chance to be inducted into the hall, which honours stars hailing from the region.
But an online vote for the class of 2011 failed to select Douglas, who recently revealed he has beaten cancer.
Other stars who won places include veteran singer Tony Bennett, rapper/actress Queen Latifah, TV lifestyle guru Martha Stewart and jazz musician Bucky Pizzarelli.
The celebrities will be officially elected to the Hall of Fame at a ceremony in June (11), alongside sports stars and World War II Heroes.