CANADIAN rocker Bryan Adams is the latest celebrity to leave his handprints at Wembley's Square of Fame.

The unveiling of a special cast of his handprints took place before he played the first of a two gigs at the newly revamped Wembley Arena and marked 20 years since Bryan first rocked out at Wembley when he when he headlined The Prince's Trust Charity Concert in the summer of 1987.

On unveiling his handprints, Bryan commented: "Playing this year at Wembley marks my 25th concert here and I am honoured to leave my handprints in the square for posterity."

Nick Shattock, deputy chief executive of Quintain Estates and Development said: "We are thrilled that Bryan has joined the selected group of iconic artists who are commemorated in Wembley's Square of Fame."

The star joins Madonna, Cliff Richard, Status Quo, George Michael, Kylie Minogue, snooker champion Stephen Hendry and Dolly Parton, whose handprints are already in the Square of Fame.