ALICE COOPER was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame earlier today (Dec. 2). Check out pictures from Wire Image, Celebrity Photo.
About 300 fans greeted Cooper at the ceremony in front of the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel on Hollywood Boulevard.
Cooper, 55, signed autographs and posed for pictures with a fan's pet python around his neck, according to the Associated Press.
The rocker recounted his early days in Hollywood when he and his band members didn't have enough money to shell out $1.29 for steak and eggs.
"We would walk over the names of Vincent Price, Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi, never, ever thinking that our names would ever be on the Walk of Fame," Cooper said. "That is really quite a privilege to be here."
Cooper's star is the 2,243rd on the Walk of Fame and sits between those of Gene Autry and Hugh Hefner.
"I promise every time I walk down this street I will polish that little star," Cooper said.
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