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Everyone gets insurance. Or, they’re supposed to at least. They insure their health, their home, their car – the things they rely on every day to let them live and earn a living. But what if you’re a celeb making millions of dollars a year off your music abilities, athletic skills, or acting chops? Wouldn’t it only make sense that you’d have your hands, vocal cords, and other parts of your body insured as well? Well it does, and these celebs do…
The pro footballer and Head & Shoulders shampoo spokesman has insured his own hair for $1 million dollars. Which is odd considering it’s protected by a helmet most of the time.
This legendary guitarist has insured his priceless hands for the price of $1.6 million.
The world’s most super super model, Heidi Klum, has insued her lovely long legs for $2 million. Hey, walking down the runway of those Victoria’s Secret shows can be dangerous you know.
Of all the things the Queen of Pop could insure – like her health, her vocal cords – she goes ahead and insures her breasts for $2 million. The crazy thing is they’re not even fake. They’re real!
Now this one makes a little more sense. The boss, Bruce Springsteen, has insured his killer vocal cords for $5.5 million.
So the reigning James Bond, Daniel Craig, has insured his entire body for $9.5 million. Dumb question here, but doesn’t regular old health insurance cover that?
When she was known for having the world’s phattest booty, J. Lo insured her booty for $27 million dollars. I bet no one dared to pinch her bum after that.
It wasn’t until slicing off a piece of his finger in a cooking accident back in 2010, did guitarist Beck decide to insure his fingers for $10 million. One has to wonder though, does that include the whole hand?
Now here’s a guy worth millions. Actually, $450 million is what soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo’s net worth is. So no wonder he insured his legs for a cool $144 million.
If this was the 90’s, telling you that Mariah Carey’s legs are insured for $1 billion wouldn’t really surprise you. But this 2016, and they’re still worth that much at the soon-to-be wrinkling age of 45!