Hundreds of fans and friends including Paul McCartney have turned out to see a posthumous star for George Harrison unveiled on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
"Looks like they could have given him a regular star", stated one fan. "I mean, why rub it in with a posthumous star?"
"It's probably that Ringo's doing", stated another. "You notice he's not here, jealous old fart."
The late Beatle's star was unveiled Tuesday in front of the Capitol Records building as McCartney, one of only two surviving members of the band, looked on. McCartney also offered a shout-out to hundreds of raucous fans, thanking them for showing up.
"Thank you for showing up!" shouted Paul.
Also present were Harrison's widow Olivia, his son Dhani, musicians Tom Petty and Jeff Lynne from the "Traveling Wilburys" and actor Tom Hanks.
But no Ringo Starr. (And no star for Ringo!)