The singer, very moved, dedicated her Star Walk of Fame in Hollywood to her mother and all her fans.
Thalía today became the first singer born in Mexico to get one of the iconic stars of the Walk of Fame in Hollywood that opened in a mass ceremony in which the artist was excited to remember her mother, died in 2011.
Shouting “Thalia, Thalia!” Hundreds of enthusiastic fans greeted the singer of Amor a la Mexicana who arrived with her husband Tommy Mottola to Angelino Boulevard known and visibly excited by a tribute that fulfilled one of her dreams of youth.
Thalía posed standing, sitting, lying down, front and back, and even with the flag of their country along with the tile that now bears her name and that, in her view, is also recognition for “all these women fighting and work daily, maintaining her family with a smile and come home.”
“It is the star of Latina women,” said the singer during his nearly three-decade career has sold over 40 million albums.
Thalia was delighted with her followers, who consider her “second family” and thanked “the soul” to her children, her husband who called “backbone” of her life, but especially she had words of affection for mother, Yolanda Miranda.
“I’m standing here today for her and have a star in the sky and have a star here (she said pointing to the ground), and this star is for her,” said the Mexican with a lump in the throat.
A photo of Thalía’s mother witnessed the ceremony and portrait artist took her to appear before the cameras and television.