Talk about a good sport.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus laughed off her name being misspelled as "Luis" and written without a hyphen on her Hollywood Walk of Fame star, the Associated Press reports.
"The misspelling was so perfectly apt, a great metaphor for show business," the Seinfeld and New Adventures of Old Christine star said following the ceremony on Tuesday. "Right when you think you've made it, you get knocked down."
Those attending the ceremony included New Christine cast and crew members, as well as Seinfeld's Jason Alexander and co-creator Larry David.
"I am prepared to give up my nights and weekends to guard this [star] with my life from the filth and pollutants to which it's prone," David joked. "Anyone who so much as sneezes near this area, while I'm on duty ... well, I'll say, 'God bless you,' but I won't be happy about it."
Louis-Dreyfus is the first Seinfeld principal to get the Walk of Fame honor.
A spokeswoman for the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce said it would install a new, correctly spelled star for the 49-year-old Emmy winner.