Nancy Sinatra Walkin' in Hollywood

Nancy Sinatra holds her star during a ceremony Thursday, May 11, 2006, honoring her with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles as sister Tina Sinatra looks on.
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Nancy Sinatra pulled on a pair of boots one more time, and took them for a strut along Hollywood's Walk of Fame.

The 1960s pop icon got her star on Hollywood Boulevard Thursday — four decades after the debut of her hit "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'."

She wore jeans instead of her trademark miniskirt for the ceremony. Guests included her brother, Frank Jr.

Sinatra gained fame in the '60s for her vampy style and a string of chart-topping tunes, including "Sugar Town" and the James Bond title track "You Only Live Twice."

The daughter of crooner Frank Sinatra also had some advice to young women starting out in show business. She says they should "hang tough" and "don't quit, even if it takes 40 years."