Three men have been charged in connection with the shooting and car chase that happened Friday night on Lansing's south side. Shelton Darnell Coats, Dionel Deangelo White Beard and Demetrius Raymont Robertsget more >>
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HOLLYWOOD (WLNS) – Hundreds of Michigan State football fans headed to the Rose Bowl also made time to see the stars on Hollywood during their time in California. All week, Spartans strolled along Hollywood Boulevard for a chance to see some of their favorite stars and take in the Hollywood sights.
"We were trying to find Marilyn Monroe…but we couldn't find hers," said Fred Sharp, a Michigan State graduate from Jackson now living in Ohio. "We found everybody else's. But it's pretty impressive taking a look at that. I can see how everybody gets caught up in the Hollywood scene."
Even young fans not old enough to recognize many stars enjoyed the Hollywood experience. "This is my first time, so I'm really happy to be out here to see the Hollywood sign and just having fun with my family," said Allison Findley, 12.
"[My daughter], she's looking for Miley Cyrus," said Findley's father, John. "Not sure we're going to see that one so far."
While Cyrus might be a long way away from being etched in Hollywood stone, there are a couple of stars Spartan fans are especially proud of. MSU alumni Earvin "Magic" Johnson and James Caan both have their names along the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
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