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Hello Angels! Charlie's Angels Reunite For Lucy Liu's Walk Of Fame Ceremony

The gals went full throttle to support their friend.

Being honoured with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Lucy Liu was joined by her 'Charlie's Angels' co-stars Cameron Diaz and Drew Barrymore, who hit up the ceremony to support their fellow Angel.

Along with the stars from the 2000 action flick, Demi Moore -- who starred with the girls in the 2003 sequel -- also dropped by to celebrate the 50-year-old (WTF, right?) and her impressive accolade.

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Lucy Liu and Demi Moore. Image: Getty

"Lucy and I first met while making Charlie Angles -- I didn't know we were going to have a reunion today," Moore said in a speech.

"I could see she was in fact as I had heard a badass with brains. Then the better I got to know her I realized she wasn't just about a badass with brains, she was a badass with brains, a beautiful heart with a deep, loving soul and a damn good sense of humour."

Thanking her friends for their support, Lucy said of the honour, "My dear Angels. It's a 20-year reunion. Twenty years ago, we were an elite crime-fighting team and now look at us!"

She went on to discuss increasing diversity across film and television, saying she's proud that her (adorable) son Rockwell, 3, can grow up to feel represented in media.

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Lucy Liu and her son Rockwell Lloyd. Image: Getty

"Today there is so much more representation on screen," she added. "Now, he can see himself in this world and he won't know there is a limit. I never set out to be groundbreaking. I didn't have the goal of being a first. I just wanted to what I loved."

Lucy is the second Asian American woman ever to get a star after Anna May Wong back in 1960, and the first one in television.

Image: Getty