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Macaulay Culkin honors his “Champion” fiancée Brenda Song on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

Home Alone star Macaulay Culkin thanked his fiancée, actress Brenda Song, for giving him “everything I want” during a ceremony on the Hollywood Walk of Fame honoring his four-decade acting career.

“The whole thing has made me so appreciative,” Culkin said as he accepted his star in the film category on Friday alongside guests including Paris Jackson, Catherine O'Hara, Natasha Lyonne and his siblings Quinn and Rory.

The 43-year-old began his stage career at the age of four in “Rocket Gibraltar,” where he played Burt Lancaster's grandson, before becoming a star in John Hughes' “Home Alone” in the role of Kevin McCallister – which earned him a Golden Globe nomination.

“There are so many people I love, and to feel that love is just incredible,” he said.

He continued, “I want to thank Brenda, you are absolutely everything. You are my champion, you are the only person who is happier for me today than I am.”

“You are not only the best I have ever known, you are the best person I have ever known.

“You simply gave me my purpose in life, you gave me a family and after the birth of our two boys, you became one of my three favorite people.”

The couple's two young children were also present at the ceremony.

Macaulay Culkin honored with star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

Macaulay Culkin attends a ceremony to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Friday (Jordan Strauss/AP)

Culkin ended his speech with a popular quote from 'Home Alone': “To wrap things up in the spirit of the holidays, I just want to say: Merry Christmas, you filthy animals!”

O'Hara, who played Culkin's on-screen mother in the “Home Alone” series, said, “I'm so proud of you” as she took the stage to honor the former child star.

She said: “The reason families around the world can't go a year without watching and loving Home Alone together is Macaulay Culkin.

“…It is Macaulay's perfect portrayal of Kevin McCallister, presenting us with this little boy on an extraordinary adventure.

Macaulay Culkin honored with star on the Hollywood Walk of FameMacaulay Culkin honored with star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

Macaulay Culkin and Catherine O'Hara attend a ceremony honoring Culkin with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Friday (Jordan Strauss/AP)

“I know you worked really hard, but you made acting look like the most natural thing in the world. It was really like we invaded this real little boy's house named Kevin to make a movie, and he just went along with it for the fun of it.”

Lyonne, the “Orange Is The New Black” star who met Culkin while filming “Party Monster” in the early 2000s, said: “There's a very rare unspoken language between child actors who come out alive.”

“And so we find each other and instinctively recognize what a miracle this survival is.

“The real beauty, however, is seeing the adult you have become, the loving patriarch you are to your wonderful siblings, and the deep and loving father and husband you are now.”