TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — The newest inductees into New Jersey’s Hall of Fame include actors John Travolta and Queen Latifah and singer Tony Bennett.

Others winning induction to the hall this spring include lifestyle guru Martha Stewart, football greats Franco Harris and Joe Theismann and former Gov. Brendan Byrne.

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Gov. Chris Christie will announce all 13 names Thursday in Trenton.

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Rounding out the hall’s fourth class are actor Bruce Willis, World War II heroes John Basilone and Admiral William “Bull” Halsey, novelist Mary Higgins Clark, jazz great Bucky Pizzarelli and businessman and former Jets owner Leon Hess.

The induction ceremony will be in June.

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The hall honors accomplished New Jerseyans.