LOS ANGELES – They misspelled Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ name on her Hollywood Walk of Fame star, but the Emmy-winning star of “Seinfeld” and “The New Adventures of Old Christine” seemed tickled by the typo.

The mistake? The star read “Luis” instead of “Louis,” and there was no hyphen between Louis and Dreyfus.

“The misspelling was so perfectly apt, a great metaphor for show business,” Louis-Dreyfus said after the Tuesday morning ceremony. “Right when you think you’ve made it, you get knocked down,” she said. “It’s an ideal metaphor for how this business works.”

Following the ceremony, it was announced that the last Walk of Fame honoree whose name was misspelled was actor Dick Van Dyke in 1993.

Attendees at the Louis-Dreyfus ceremony included cast and crew members of “Christine,” as well “Seinfeld” director Andy Ackerman, co-star Jason Alexander and co-creator Larry David.

Louis-Dreyfus, 49, is the first “Seinfeld” principal to get the Walk of Fame honor, as well as the first to enjoy a successful follow-up series, “Christine,” for which she won an Emmy in 2006.

Leno snipes at O’Brien after ’60 Minutes’ interview

NEW YORK – The late-night television wars are alive and well.

Jay Leno took a swipe at Conan O’Brien in his monologue Tuesday, two days after O’Brien’s interview with “60 Minutes” aired on CBS. O’Brien told the newsmagazine that, if he were in Leno’s shoes, he would not have taken back the “Tonight” show perch the way Leno did from him.

Leno took a shot at O’Brien when he joked about a supposed Facebook page kept by Faisal Shahzad, the man accused of planting a car bomb in Times Square. The camera panned over the fake page to groups that Shahzad was a member of, and one of them was “Team Coco.”

That’s the name taken by a group of O’Brien fans angry at his treatment by NBC.

Michaels chats with People

LOS ANGELES – Poison frontman Bret Michaels thought a burglar shot him in the back of the head when he suffered a brain hemorrhage last month that left him in intensive care for nearly two weeks.

The outspoken 47-year-old contestant on NBC’s “The Celebrity Apprentice” told People magazine that the subarachnoid hemorrhage “sounded like a handgun, like it literally popped.”

“It made my mind go almost blank,” he said. “My neck tensed up. I couldn’t move my head at all.”

Michaels said after he experienced the sensation, he began pacing his living room then asked his girlfriend, Kristi Gibson, to take him to the emergency room.

“I knew I was slurring my words, and I was like ‘OK, this isn’t a headache. There’s something really bad happening,’ ” he said.

Michaels recalled asking an emergency room doctor if he was going to die, and if he had a chance to survive, he didn’t want his two daughters, 9-year-old Raine Elizabeth and 5-year-old Jorja Bleu, “to see me in this condition.”

Glover visits Arizona’s crisis

PHOENIX – Actor and activist Danny Glover says a boycott of Arizona may not be an appropriate response by critics of the state’s sweeping law targeting illegal immigration.

The “Lethal Weapon” star said Wednesday the law is misguided, a disservice to the state and a reaction to an extraordinary level of fear.

But he believes Arizonans and their leaders will resolve what he calls a moral crisis.