Last Friday, Vine Street in Los Angeles was filled with a record 4,500 fans, waiting for the unveiling of Selena's Hollywood Walk of Fame star —a moment that brought her sister to tears. 

Suzette Quintanilla, Selena's older sister and the drummer of the "Y Los Dinos" band, spoke with Pero Like, a vertical of Buzzfeed, about the Queen of Tejano's newest honor that was years in the making. 

Selena's sister has been the family's lead in publicizing her sister's recent posthumous accomplishments — a sold-out MAC Cosmetics line, a Madame Tussauds wax figure and a Google Doodle.

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Wearing her dark hair loose and with her lips stained red like her sister's, Suzette Quintanilla started her interview with tears in her eyes before saying, "Yay, I'm at Buzzfeed!" 

She went on to credit millennial fans for keeping Selena at the forefront of Latino trends. She also explained how important it was for her to be included in the induction process. 

Selena's favorite saying was "The impossible is always possible," Suzette Quintanilla said.

Friday's induction ceremony was a symbol of her mantra coming to fruition. 

Madalyn Mendoza is a digital reporter for MySA.com. Read more of her stories here.| mmendoza@mysa.com | Twitter: @MaddySkye