The Highest Insured Celebrity Body Parts in History (23 pics)

Posted in RANDOM       7 Oct 2011       24189       13

If you thought celebrities didn’t insure their most prized possessions, their body parts, then check out this amazing list. These famous entertainers have taken insurance policies out on just about every body part imaginable.

 

Merv Hugles, cricket player

$317,000 Mustache

Ornella Muti, actress

$350,000 Breasts

Bette Davis, actress

$357,000 Waistline ($28K in 1930s)

Jimmy Durante, actor

$442,000 Nose

Ben Turpin, comedian

$500,000 Eyes ($25K in 1910s)

Rihanna, singer

$1 Million Legs

Keith Richards, guitarist

$1.6 Million Hands

Heidi Klum, model

$2.2 Million Legs

Egon Ronay, food critic

$2.3 Million Taste Buds ($330K in 1960s)

Jamie Lee Cirtis, actress

$2.8 Million Legs

Tina Turner, singer

$3.2 Million Legs

Dolly Parton, singer

$3.8 Million Breasts ($600K in 1970s)

Tom Jones, singer

$7 Million Chest Hair

America Ferrera, actress

$10 Million Smile

Ken Dodd, comedian

$10.6 Million Teeth ($6.2M in 1989)

Betty Grable, actress

$14.8 Million Legs ($1.2M in 1940s)

Rod Stewart, singer

$15.5 Million Voice ($6M in 1940s)

Angela Mount, wine expert

$16 Million Taste Buds

Brice Springsteen, singer

$31.2 Million Voice ($5.7M in 1980s)

Michael Flatley, dancer

$40 Million Feet

David Beckham, soccer player

$70 Million Legs

Jennifer Lopez, singer

$300 Million Buttocks

Mariah Carey, singer

$1 Billion Legs


Credits:  izismile.com
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meukr 9 year s ago
Mariah Carey,couldn't get her brain insured.....so....she got her legs insured instead..
       
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LS 9 year s ago
@meukr, a brilliant comment.
       
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khendar 9 year s ago
That should be Merv Hughes, not Hugles.
       
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ALeach 9 year s ago
What no Angie Dickinson.
       
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izzimyfizzi 9 year s ago
Spelling should be checked before posting, Admin.
#1 is Merv Hughes, not HUGLES.

And #10 is Jamie Lee Curtis, NOT CIRTIS
       
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ClutterLustRott 9 year s ago
I was expecting a porn star on the list.

Who's the champ with the million dollar wang?
       
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Enter your name 9 year s ago
basicly if u have a simple 1 million $ life/health insurance, then u'll get about $500K if u lose ur legs (i.e. in accident)...
this post bullshit
       
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anon 9 year s ago
Rod Stewart, singer
$15.5 Million Voice ($6M in 1940s)

The problem is that he was actually born in the 1940s

Thumbs down!
       
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Peanut 9 year s ago
Betty Grable beats them all.
       
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Aneisha 9 year s ago
This info is the cat's paamjas!
       
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Cristina 9 year s ago
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Cathleen 9 year s ago
Fred When is the Gannett sponsored dbteae, and how does the potential reshuffling of the sked by Corzine impact the chain's endorsement plans?ELEC: all Newhouse newspapers must wait until after Star-Ledger dbteae to endorse a gubernatorial candidatefrom politickernj.comThe seven newspapers owned by the Newhouse family's Advantage Publications and the two owned by the Borg family's North Jersey Media Group must hold off on endorsements of candidates for governor until after a candidate dbteae co-sponsored by the Star-Ledger and The Record, according to the head of the commission that regulates New Jersey campaigns.Sponsors of the dbteae agreed to withhold endorsements of gubernatorial candidates until after the dbteae when they applied in July. It is our opinion that the prohibition would apply to the other papers and media outlets, Jeff Brindle, the Executive Director of the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission, told PolitickerNJ.com today.Since the Newhouse papers began sharing content on state politics, stories written by Star-Ledger reporters now appear in the Trenton Times, the Jersey Journal, the Express-Times, the Gloucester County Times, the Bridgeton News, and Today's (Salem) Sunbeam. Another dbteae sponsor, The Record, is part of the North Jersey Media Group, which also owns the Herald News. The six daily newspapers operated by Gannett New Jersey, as well as the Philadelphia Inquirer, which are co-sponsoring a second gubernatorial dbteae sanctioned by ELEC, must wait until after their dbteae before endorsing a candidate for governor.
       
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