Hollywood Stardle is a daily problem in which you must determine the last name of a movie, television, or music star in six tries. The rules differ from Wordle in that your guess does not have to be a name or even a word, which helps to reduce the number of letters used.
Aside from the game's difficulty, there's also the thrill of determining who will be the day's star. The name is chosen at random from our database, so even Bob and I, the game's developers, have no idea who it will be, allowing us to play as well. Amanda Redman, Bradley Cooper, Joan Collins, Malcolm Barrett, Robert Vaughn, Elvis Presley, Kim Fields, Ryan Gosling, and Ian McShane were among the first 40 celebrities we chose from the previous 80 years, with the goal of including people for every interest.
Fill in the blanks with any letter combination, one letter per star. To submit, press the enter key. If you're looking for hints, your guess doesn't have to be a name or even a word.
The color of the stars will change after each guess to show how close your guess was to today's Hollywood Stardle.
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