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Kristin Chenoweth joins fellow Broadway star Sarah Brightman at her Hollywood Walk of Fame event

Kristin Chenoweth joins fellow Broadway star Sarah Brightman at her Hollywood Walk of Fame event… but can’t resist posing by her own star for an impromptu second ceremony!

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Kristin Chenoweth joined her friend Sarah Brightman at her star ceremony on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles on Thursday.

The ladies were stunned by their stylish ensembles with Chenoweth, 54, flaunting her toned legs in a black sequined dress and Brightman, 62, looking stunning in a flowing nude tunic when she was finally recognized for her contributions to live theatre.

And while it was Brightman’s moment to shine, Chenoweth hilariously took a moment to pose for her own star, hosting an impromptu second ceremony.

Close Friends: Kristin Chenoweth accompanied boyfriend Sarah Brightman to her star ceremony on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles on Thursday

Close Friends: Kristin Chenoweth accompanied boyfriend Sarah Brightman to her star ceremony on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles on Thursday

Chenoweth was previously honored with her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on July 24, 2015.

The Glee star completed her outfit with a pair of unique black boots with a silver fringe.

The Oklahoma-born star sported her blonde locks parted in the middle and styled in waves.

Stunners: The ladies were stunned by their stylish ensembles with Chenoweth, 54, showing off her toned legs in a black sequined dress and Brightman, 62, looking stunning in a flowing nude tunic

Stunners: The ladies were stunned by their stylish ensembles with Chenoweth, 54, showing off her toned legs in a black sequined dress and Brightman, 62, looking stunning in a flowing nude tunic

Stunners: The ladies were stunned by their stylish ensembles with Chenoweth, 54, showing off her toned legs in a black sequined dress and Brightman, 62, looking stunning in a flowing nude tunic

Stealing the Thunder: And while it was Brightman's moment to shine, Chenoweth hilariously took a moment to pose for her own star, hosting an impromptu second ceremony

Stealing the Thunder: And while it was Brightman's moment to shine, Chenoweth hilariously took a moment to pose for her own star, hosting an impromptu second ceremony

Stealing the Thunder: And while it was Brightman’s moment to shine, Chenoweth hilariously took a moment to pose for her own star, hosting an impromptu second ceremony

Chenoweth sparkled the look with some rings and donned smoky makeup to the event.

Meanwhile, Brightman — who was the original Christine in the Broadway musical The Phantom of the Opera — wore chunky open-toe gold platforms with her delicate gown.

The beauty – who was married to English composer Andrew Lloyd Webber from 1984 to 1990 – wore her voluminous locks in beautiful curls that fell over her shoulders like a waterfall.

As for glamour, she opted for well-defined brows and a hint of pink lipstick.

LBD: The Glee star completed her outfit with a pair of unique black booties with a silver fringe and wore her blonde locks in waves

LBD: The Glee star completed her outfit with a pair of unique black booties with a silver fringe and wore her blonde locks in waves

Chic: Chenoweth sparkled the look with some rings and smoky makeup at the event

Chic: Chenoweth sparkled the look with some rings and smoky makeup at the event

LBD: The Glee star completed her outfit with a pair of unique black booties with a silver fringe and wore her blonde locks in waves

Memories: Chenoweth beamed as she posed with her star, which she was honored with on July 24, 2015

Memories: Chenoweth beamed as she posed with her star, which she was honored with on July 24, 2015

Memories: Chenoweth beamed as she posed with her star, which she was honored with on July 24, 2015

Excited: Brightman was happy to pose with her new star, who she received for her contributions to live theater and live performances

Excited: Brightman was happy to pose with her new star, who she received for her contributions to live theater and live performances

Excited: Brightman was happy to pose with her new star, who she received for her contributions to live theater and live performances

In addition to Chenoweth, the singer was also supported by actress Emilie Kouatchou, choreographer Anthony Van Laast and her mother, Paula Brightman, at the ceremony.

Chenoweth was also seen giving a speech at the event.

Sarah recently discussed what an honor it was for her to host the star in an interview with Variety.

Expression of support: in addition to Chenoweth, the singer also received support from actress Emilie Kouatchou and choreographer Anthony Van Laast

Expression of support: in addition to Chenoweth, the singer also received support from actress Emilie Kouatchou and choreographer Anthony Van Laast

Expression of support: in addition to Chenoweth, the singer also received support from actress Emilie Kouatchou and choreographer Anthony Van Laast

With Mom: There was also her mom, Paula Brightman, who looked gorgeous in a baby blue dress and pink scarf

With Mom: There was also her mom, Paula Brightman, who looked gorgeous in a baby blue dress and pink scarf

With Mom: There was also her mom, Paula Brightman, who looked gorgeous in a baby blue dress and pink scarf

Speech: Chenoweth was also seen giving a speech at the event

Speech: Chenoweth was also seen giving a speech at the event

Speech: Chenoweth was also seen giving a speech at the event

“It’s quite an honor, especially since I’m not from America. It’s always nice when another country sees what you’ve done and wants to show their appreciation for it,” she said.

The English star also discussed the contrast of her life in Los Angeles vs. London.

‘I have a lot of freedom. I have lived two lives in parallel. In one of them I’m in Los Angeles and I get a star on the Walk of Fame, but the day before I was doing very normal things in this country. I get on the train like everyone else. When I’m here it’s almost like I’m living the life I did before this all started.”

The OG: Brightman is best known as the original Christine in the Broadway musical The Phantom of the Opera;  Pictured with Michael Crawford in 1986

The OG: Brightman is best known as the original Christine in the Broadway musical The Phantom of the Opera;  Pictured with Michael Crawford in 1986

The OG: Brightman is best known as the original Christine in the Broadway musical The Phantom of the Opera; Pictured with Michael Crawford in 1986