Celebrities insure their body parts. Do you know the biggest insurance policies stars and celebrities have taken on theirbody parts; The absurdity of Hollywood stars getting their assets insured for staggering amounts. Celebrities who insured their body parts for millions………
While ordinary people generally limit their insurance expenditure to their life, homes, cars, travel and pets, but celebrities insure their body parts. You must have heard about sportsmen and celebrities insuring different parts of the body that is most precious or the most talked about assets. Recently Jennifer Love Hewitt has revealed she would like to insure her impressive 36C breasts for $5 million. The ample-endowed 34-year-old said: ‘If somebody was like, ‘Hey, you know what? We would like to insure your boobs for $2 million, ‘I would be like, ‘Do it. Love it. Why not?’ These things are right here are worth 45 million!’ Hewitt isn’t the first celebrity to ensure her prominent parts are protected. Likes of Rihanna and Jamie Lee Curtis took out policies worth $1 million and $2.8 million respectively to safeguard their legs.
The craze was kicked off by Hollywood star Betty Crable, who insured her pins in the 1940s for $1 million. David Lee Roth turned heads in his heyday when he took out a $1 million policy on his sperms.
Biggest insurance policies stars and celebrities have taken on body parts; Celebrities who insured their body parts for millions:
Jennifer Lopez insured her substantial posterior for $27 million. Heidi Klum insured her toned pins for $2.2 million. Singer Dolly Parton has insured each of her breasts for $3.8 million. Guitarist of Rolling Stone, Keith Richards insured his hands for $1.6 million. Super model Heidi Klum insured her legs for $2.2 million. Rod Stewarts insured his voice for $6 million. Tom Jones insured his chest hair for $7 million. David Beckham insured his legs for $70 million.
Mariah Carey insured her shapely legs for $ 1 billion. Dancer Michael Flatley insured his feet for $40 million. Australian cricketer Merv Hughes insured his impressive mustache for $317,000. Actress Ornella Muti insured her ample boobs for $350,000. Singer Tina Turner insured her legs for $3.2 million. Actress America Ferrera insured her attractive smile for $3.2 million. Footballer Cristiano Ronaldo insured his legs for $144 million. Julia Roberts insured her alluring smile for $30 million. Singer Bruce Springsteen insured his vocal cords for $ 6 million. Kylie Minogue insured her bottoms for $5 million. Madonna insured her boobs for $2 million and Holly Madison insured hers for $1 million.
Betty Davis: Among the earliest insurers, Betty Davis got her waistline secured for $28,000 in the ’40s. She was followed by the country singer Dolly Parton.
Dolly Parton: She in the ’70s who valued her 40DD bosom at $600,000, which when adjusted to inflation, comes up to around $2million today.
Bruce Springsteen: Twenty-time Grammy-winning The Boss had his distinctive voice insured for a $6 million by the Llyod’s of London in the ’80s.
Heidi Klum: When the ex-Victoria’s Secret angel decided to get her legs insured, the left one didn’t match uo to the right one’s value due to a tiny knee scar. Her right leg is insured for $1.2 million.
Julia Roberts: The Pretty Woman’s infectious smile has inspired the world to write songs. No, it can literally be called the $30 million smile!
America Ferrera: The Ugly Betty actress had her teeth insured for $10 million by a toothpaste company she worked with on a charity campaign to help unemployed women get dental care.
Jennifer Lopez: JLo loves her derriere so much that she insured it for $27 million and wrote a song called Booty about it with Oz rapper leggy Azalea.
Keith Richards: The Rolling Stones guitarist’s magic fingers are the stuff of rock n roll legend. While it’s known that his hand is covered for $1.6 million, many believe it’s only the middle fingure he is keen to protect.
Holly Madison: Hugh Hefner’s ex-girlfriend had her breasts insured for $1 million when she starred in a Las Vegas show with her two very expensive co-stars.
Insurance companies are happy with the celebrities and the premium they pay. The celebrities are happy that their vital body part or precious asset is well protected, for which they are successful and famous world over.
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