Chadwick Boseman, Michelle Yeoh and Dr. Dre are among the 31 entertainers chosen to receive stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce announced the Hollywood Walk of Fame Class of 2024 on Monday. Thirty-one industry icons from the worlds of film, television, radio, recording, and sports will be given a permanently installed star on Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street in Los Angeles, California.

“The committee did an amazing job choosing these very talented people. We can’t wait to see each honoree’s reaction as they realize that they are becoming a part of Hollywood’s history with the unveiling of their star on the world’s most famous walkway,” committee chair and radio personality Ellen K said in a statement.

Fans reacted with joy to the news of the Black Panther actor getting this honor. A fan wrote, “Absolutely deserved. Chadwick Boseman truly had a heart of gold. May he rest in peace in paradise up in heaven. God bless him and his family.”

Another fan said, “So happy and proud of him. Miss him so much. He will be watching the ceremony up in the sky. Congratulations Chadwick Boseman. Wakanda Forever”

Boseman, who passed in 2020 following a tumultuous and private battle with colon cancer, was the first name to be revealed.

This year, an all-star cast of celebrities, including Chris ‘Ludacris’ Bridges, Tupac Shakur, and Ming-Na Wen, followed in the footsteps of iconic Hollywood figures.

The renowned director Stanley Kramer received the Hollywood Walk of Fame’s first star in 1960, more than 60 years ago. With 2,789 names, the brilliant location now spans more than 1.3 miles.