As Jennifer Lopez got her star on Hollywood Walk of Fame June 20, future recipients of the prestigious honor were announced. Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom would be among those who get their stars on the sidewalk along the Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street next year.
The new class of 2014 was announced Thursday by David Green, Chairman of the Walk of Fame selection committee, along with Hollywood Chamber President & CEO Leron Gubler before J.Lo was presented with the 2,500th star on the Walk of Fame.
"We have a great mix of celebrities and industry executives who have made Hollywood what it is today - one of the greatest entertainment destinations in the world," Green said. "The new selections will bring great joy and fond memories for those millions who visit Hollywood each year!"
Perry, who reached stardom through her breakout second album 2008's "One of the Boys", is joined in the music category by such seniors as Holland Dozier Holland, Jeff Lynne, Mana, Ray Parker Jr., Rick Springfield and the late Tupac Shakur.
Father of one, Bloom, who's been in industry for around 20 years, is joined in the film category by big stars like Ray Dolby, Sally Field, Jack H. Harris, Jessica Lange, Matthew McConaughey, Liam Neeson, Paul Mazursky and Tom Sherak.
In the television category, there are Dabney Coleman, Kaley Cuoco, Claire Danes, Giancarlo Esposito, Deidre Hall, Cheryl Hines, Don Mischer, Tavis Smiley and the late Phil Hartman. Meanwhile, Renan Almendarez Coello (El Cucuy) is included in the radio category.