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Fans of Robin Williams pour into Hollywood to pay tribute to late entertainer

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Fans of Robin Williams stopped what they were doing when they heard the news of the star’s death and went to Hollywood. The outpouring of love in Hollywood is overwhelming and people have been pouring in to the area since the news of the entertainer’s death went public. According to Pix 11 on Monday, Williams’ star is at 6925 Hollywood Boulevard. His star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame has flowers surrounding it. The star's neighbors on the sidewalk are Rex Harrison and Burgess Meredith.

When visiting the star on Monday afternoon, I noticed there wasn't a dry eye on the street. Fans who want to pay tribute to the entertainer definitely don’t need an address to find the star in Hollywood. A crowd of sad people have been gathering around the area since the news of Robin’s death broke. With tears running down their faces, flowers in their arms and a lack of understanding found in their hearts, fans were sharing moments on how Williams’ work once impacted their lives.

Taking pictures of the five point star that is cemented into the sidewalk, fans have been posing all afternoon. Hundreds of pictures of Williams’ iconic star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame have been uploaded on social media as people reflect on the actor’s life.

The news of Robin Williams’ death has surprised and shocked the entertainment world and Hollywood has been hit hard. While no formal announcement has been made on what public (or private) memorials might be offered for people to attend the sadness found in Hollywood won’t be going away anytime soon. People are already making arrangements to come to Hollywood this weekend to pay tribute to the man and his work.

Robin Williams was an iconic figure in the entertainment world. He had a career that spanned over 40 years and his fans have taken the news of his death hard. Expect to see a crowd around Robin Williams’ star all week in Hollywood and maybe even longer. Robin Williams made millions of people laugh and he will surely be missed.

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