Bryan Cranston burst into song as he received a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame.
The Breaking Bad actor was thrilled to be honoured with the 2,502nd star on the famous pavement, and couldn't resist singing to the tune of the song On The Street Where You Live as he addressed the crowd.
Starting to speak, and then suddenly switching to singing, he crooned: "I know Hollywood and I have often walked down this street before but the pavement never held my star before. All at once I'm three storeys high, knowing I'm on the street where it lives."
Bryan, 57, then joked about how he wanted his star to be treated with respect.
He said: "So remember, anybody who even walks... any walking on this or expectorating or urinating or defecating... No 'ings'. There should be no 'ings' connected to this star.
"Alright, so every time someone walks on that star, I get a little bruise."
The actor also performed push-ups as he posed for pictures with his star in front of family and friends including Breaking Bad's Aaron Paul and his former Malcolm In The Middle castmates Frankie Muniz and Jane Kaczmarek.
The actor was Emmy-nominated for Malcolm In The Middle, and has also won three of the gongs for his performance as chemistry teacher-turned-methamphetamine manufacturer Walter White in Breaking Bad.