Isabel Granada's mother grew tearful as she accepted her daughter's star at the Eastwood Walk of Fame on Tuesday night.
Wearing a black dress, Guapa Castro-Granada turned emotional beside Isabel's widower, Arnel Cowley, during the unveiling.
Granada, 41, was pronounced dead on November 5 after she fell into a coma during a meet-and-greet session with fans in Doha.
The condition that led to her collapse was described as a brain hemorrhage indicating aneurysm, which in turn affected her heart.
She first shot to fame as a child and teen star in the 1980s. She began her career as part of the iconic talent and variety show, "That's Entertainment."
She was among the personalities who received their stars at Eastwood on Tuesday, alongside the likes of Matteo Guidicelli, Solenn Heussaff, Karen Davila, Anthony Taberna and Atom Araullo.
Also inducted were Empoy Marquez, Jake Zyrus, and Regal Films matriarch Mother Lily Monterverde, among others.
A brainchild of German Moreno, the Eastwood Walk of Fame, inspired by its version in Hollywood, recognizes successful local TV and movie personalities.