Celebs' priciest insured body parts
Madonna reportedly insured her breasts for $2 million. Maybe those cone bras are more dangerous than they look.
Dolly Parton’s buxom bosom is as famous as her music. As a result, the country siren insured her breasts for $600,000 ($300,000 each).
David Beckham insured his legs for $70 million in case he ever bent them like someone else, resulting in a career-ending injury.
You may have thought Mariah Carey’s most valuable assets are her pipes, but they’re actually her pins. When the singer became the legs of Gillette Venus in 2006, she had her legs insured for a whopping $1 billion.
America’s Sweetheart Julia Roberts has her famous chompers insured for $30 million.
Fred Astaire insured his “Daddy Long Legs” for $75,000 apiece.
When Rihanna became the legs of Gillette, the singer insured her gams for $1 million.
That’s one way to turn your frown upside down: Aquafresh insured spokeswoman America Ferrera’s smile for $10 million.
Most people with crossed eyes would pay money to get them fixed. Not Ben Turpin, who took out a $20,000 insurance policy in case his eyes became, well, normal.
Jennifer Lopez insured her infamous derriere for $27 million.
Though her behind isn’t nearly as famous as J.Lo’s, Kylie Minogue insured hers for $5 million anyway.
Cristiano Ronaldo may have the most valuable stems in soccer. Real Madrid insured them at $144 million.
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Heidi Klum has expensive legs, but she revealed to Extra that one is actually worth more than the other. “Basically, I was in London, and I had to go to this place where they check out your leg. They would look at them and I had one scar here from when I fell on a glass, so this [left leg] isn’t as pricey and this [right] one.”
If Bette Davis had to insure one part of her body, you’d assume it’d be her famous eyes. But Davis actually insured her slim waist for $28,000.
Holly Madison has a realistic sense of self-worth. The former girlfriend of Hugh Hefner told People that’s precisely why she insured her breasts for $1 million. “If anything happened to my boobs, I’d be out for a few months and I’d probably be out a million dollars. I thought I’d cover my assets … They’re my primary money makers right now.”
Daniel Craig performs many of his own stunts as James Bond. As a result, the British actor insured his entire body for $9.5 million. From the looks of it, it’s worth every penny.
Jamie Lee Curtis has legs for days — and for a hefty price. She had her stems insured for $2.8 million when she made a deal with L’eggs pantyhose in 1996.
Jimmy Durante’s nose was often a punchline in his classic films, but it was also a big selling point: He insured his pricey proboscis for $50,000.
Tina Turner told People that when she was growing up, she thought her long legs made her look “like a pony.” Fast-forward to adulthood and stardom, and Anna Mae Bullock insured her legendary gams for $3.2 million.
Keith Richards took out a $1.6 million insurance policy on his middle finger, should he someday not be able to use it … to play guitar, of course.
David Lee Roth was so worried about getting groupies pregnant in the ’80s that he insured his sperm for $1 million to cover paternity costs.
Should Troy Polamalu get into a bizarre accident with scissors, heat stylers or too much AquaNet, fear not: The Pittsburgh Steeler and Head and Shoulders brand rep has his famous mane insured for $1 million.
Bruce Springsteen’s insurance is practical: The “Born to Run” singer has a $5.7 million policy on his voice.
Like the Boss, Rod Stewart reportedly insured his trademark voice for $6 million.
Marlene Dietrich also insured her signature smoky voice for $1 million.
Betty Grable’s gams were so legendary that she insured them for $1 million in the 1940s … which amounts to about $13 million today.
Sir Tom Jones insured his chest hair for $7 million.