Someone forgot to spell-check Julia Louis-Dreyfus.
The “Veep” actress revealed on “The Tonight Show” that someone misspelled her name on her Hollywood Walk of Fame star, which she heard about 45 minutes before the ceremony.
“Somebody who works for me comes running in. She goes, ‘Listen I gotta tell you something. I got some bad news.’ And inexplicably I said to her, ‘They spelled my name wrong,'” Louis-Dreyfus said on Wednesday’s episode. “And she said, ‘Yeah, they did.'”
Her name read incorrectly “Julia Luis-Dreyfus” instead of “Julia Louis-Dreyfus." Staffers attempted — kind of successfully — to quickly fix the star before the ceremony.
The “Seinfeld” star, 54, told Jimmy Fallon she still keeps the misspelled piece of stone in her office.
“It really keeps you grounded, you know,” she laughed. “Just when you think you’ve got it all, they yank it away.”
The mishap took place in 2010.