Selena Quintanilla, known to her fans as the “queen of Tejano music,” will be posthumously bestowed a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Nov. 3, it was announced Thursday.The Texas-born vocalist’s sister, Suzette Quintanilla Arriaga, will join Hollywood Chamber of Commerce President/CEO Leron Gubler in unveiling her star– the 2,622 nd on the Walk of Fame– in front of the Capitol Records structure at 1750 N. Vine St.Actress and fellow Texas native Eva Longoria is likewise set up to join Mayor Eric Garcetti at the 6:30 p.m. ceremony to announce Nov. 3 as “Selena Day” in the city of Los Angeles. “Before there was JLo, Shakira or Beyonce, there was a transformative
female artist called Selena,”stated Otto Padron, president of Meruelo Media and the main sponsor of the homage.”Selena is one of the most influential music icons of the 20th century; her music, design and smile are classic and now her star will grace our city permanently.”Actor Edward James Olmos told Variety that the entertainer is deserving of the honor.”
Her music stands the test of time,” he said.”She was a fantastic artist.
I just want she were here. It’s not reasonable. “The Grammy Acclaimed Mexican-American vocalist was 23 years old when she was
fatally shot by the president of her fan club in March 1995. Look Who’s Getting a Star on the Stroll of Fame in 2018