Carrie Underwood is the latest celebrity to be honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.>> Read more trending newsThe Hollywood Chamber of Commerce announced Tuesday that the "American Idol" alum and Grammy-winning country music singer would receive the 2,646th star.The ceremony was held Friday. The star is located in front of the Capitol Records building in Los Angeles.Underwood posted photos from the event on her Instagram page. She attended the ceremony with her husband Mike Fisher and their son Isaiah. View this post on Instagram What an amazing day! I am overwhelmed and overjoyed at the love I felt at my Hollywood #WalkOfFame Ceremony! Thank you @simoncowell and @bradpaisley for the kind words. It was an honor to have you there! Thanks to all the amazing fans that came out! This is a day I will never forget! 📸: @cameronpremo A post shared by Carrie Underwood (@carrieunderwood) on Sep 20, 2018 at 5:02pm PDT View this post on Instagram ...And my life wouldn’t be what it is without my boys, my family and my friends! Thanks to all who could come today! I don’t deserve all of this! But I am so grateful and my heart is so full! ❤️ 📸: @cameronpremo A post shared by Carrie Underwood (@carrieunderwood) on Sep 20, 2018 at 5:14pm PDT Guest speakers at the event included former “Idol” judge Simon Cowell and Underwood’s friend and longtime Country Music Association Awards co-host Brad Paisley.CaptionCarrie Underwood is honored with a star on The Hollywood Walk of Fame on September 20, 2018 in Hollywood, California. Credit: David LivingstonCredit: David LivingstonRelated: Here’s how celebrities get stars on the Hollywood Walk of FameThis is the latest milestone for the singer. In August, Underwood announced that she and her husband, hockey player Mike Fisher, are expecting their second child together. They have a 3-year-old son named Isaiah.Related: Photos: Carrie Underwood through the yearsUnderwood will release her latest album, “Cry Pretty,” on Sept. 14, days before the Walk of Fame ceremony.In Other News1Lava from Spanish island volcano rolls slowly toward the sea2Activist, historian among 25 `genius grant' recipients3Prince Andrew acknowledges he faces US sex assault lawsuit4Milley defends calls to Chinese at end of Trump presidency5Joint Chiefs chairman calls Afghan war a "strategic failure"