"The New Adventures of Old Christine" star Julia Louis-Dreyfus became the first of "Seinfeld"'s fab four to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Tuesday, and the event packed a rather "Seinfeld"-ian twist.
"It's obviously a tremendous honor, and it's just a very surreal thing," Julia told ET about receiving her star. "I got a little choked up because I feel very fortunate indeed."
There was one swerve, though: the actress's name was initially misspelled on her plaque! A pic snapped by a CNN producer before the ceremony shows no sign of the "o" in "Louis" or the hyphen before "Dreyfus."
The plaque received a temporary makeover in time for the grand unveiling, fortunately.
"This is very odd, because we're here today to honor my friend, the wonderful Julia Louis-Dreyfus," said "Seinfeld" creator Larry David at the event, "and to honor her you give her a star on a sidewalk so everyone can come by and step on her and spit on her, throw garbage -- that’s lovely, really. What an honor!"
Watch the video for more. Then, catch Julia in "The New Adventures of Old Christine" Wednesday night at 8 p.m. on CBS.