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Macaulay Culkin has added runway model to his CV after walking in Gucci's fashion show on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
The Home Alone and American Horror Story star looked very suave as he strutted his stuff for Gucci's Love Parade on Hollywood Boulevard this week.
Fans of the star went understandably wild over images of him being a runway model.
Vogue's Alice Cary said about Culkin's inclusion in the show: "The arrival of former child star Macaulay Culkin was something of a plot twist.
"[He] strode along Hollywood Boulevard in the suitably nostalgic combo of a Hawaiian shirt under a floral bomber jacket. The finishing touches? Seventies-style tinted sunglasses and a pair of horsebit clogs."
The actor wasn't the only famous face in the crowd of models walking the runway for Gucci's show this week.
Jared Leto was also spotted marching down Hollywood Boulevard in a stunning ensemble, which is only fitting considering he's starring in House of Gucci.
The biopic will be released later this month is about how the 'turbulent marriage and divorce of Patrizia (Lady Gaga) and Maurizio Gucci (Adam Driver), the head of the Gucci fashion house, leads to murder'.
He's playing Paolo Gucci in the highly-anticipated film.
Grammy-nominated singer Phoebe Bridgers and actor Jeremy Pope were also seen in the show.
Gucci's Love Parade attracted some big names in the audience as well, including Miley Cyrus, Lizzo, Gwyneth Paltrow, Dakota Johnson, Olivia Wilde and Billie Eilish.
Who knows whether we'll get to see Macaulay work his magic again on the runway, however it's clear it was a big hit with the fans.
Hopefully we'll see him in other TV or film projects as well, with his appearance on American Horror Story praised by viewers.
Culkin played sex worker and drug addict Mickey in the first part of new series American Horror Story: Double Feature, entitled Red Tide.