Kim Kardashian will have to wait a long time to secure a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, after the organisation responsible for the ceremony confirmed they would not consider honouring reality stars, reports the New York Daily News.
After receiving a query about Kardashian's potential inclusion, the Hollywood Walk of Fame released a statement on Facebook saying, "Someone asked if we give reality show characters stars? Hell to the No!" The post has already received a number of overwhelmingly supportive comments. Candidates for the Hollywood Walk of Fame first have to be approved by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce committee and the celebrity then has to agree to appear at the ceremony. Stars are also asked to provide $30,000 to fund the creation, installation and maintenance of the honour. Ana Martinez, the Vice President of Media Relations and producer of the ceremony, explained the nomination has to have longevity in the field of entertainment, awards and philanthropic work. Kim Kardashian has risen to become arguably the biggest reality star in America - she also helped to launch the 'Give a Damn' campaign to create a wider awareness of discrimination for the LGBT community.
Kim Kardashian married the New Jersey Nets star KRIS HUMPRHIES in Montecito, California, on 20th August 2011. The ceremony was attended by over 400 guests.