Published on February 4th, 2021
Stars are not just like us. Would you like to wear your lover’s blood in a vial around your neck as a sign of your devotion? Here are 20 weird celebrity facts nobody will believe are true.
1. They Believe Their Deceased Family Members Visit Them To Pass Out Coins.
“My grandfather leaves quarters,” Oscar-winning actress Emma Stone once told David Letterman, also mentioning that her grandfather has been deceased for years.
2. They Believe That Hip-hop Is Controlled By A “Gay Mafia.”
“The hip-hop community is most likely owned by gay, to be honest with you,” Fat Joe once said.
3. They’re Obsessed With Typewriters.
Tom Hanks has 250 typewriters, in almost every make, style and year.
4. They Feed Their Babies Like Birds.
On her health food site TheKindLife.com, Clueless star Alicia Silverstone posted a video of the surprising way she feeds her son, Bear. “I fed Bear the mochi and a tiny bit of veggies from the soup…from my mouth to his,” she wrote. “It’s his favorite…and mine.”
5. They Believe In Leprechauns.
“I believe in all of these Irish myths, like leprechauns,” Megan Fox said in an interview with Esquire.
6. They Have A Fly Species Named After Them.
Researchers in Northern Queensland, Australia, discovered a new species of horse fly in 2012. They named it “Scaptia beyonceae”, apparently because of the golden hairs on the fly’s abdomen.
7. They Give Each Other Tickets To Outer Space.
For Russell Brand’s 35th birthday, in 2010, his then-girlfriend Katy Perry bought him a $200,000 ticket on Virgin Galactic, Richard Branson’s suborbital spaceflight.
8. Their Bodies Are Haunted.
Pop singer Kesha claimed she was “very serious” when explaining her haunted body to talk show host Jimmy Kimmel in 2013.
9. They Spend A Lot Of Money On Humidifiers
You can buy a basic humidifier for around $20. But pop diva Celine Dion insisted on getting one that cost $2 million. That’s a $1,999,980 markup.
10. They Insure Their Body Parts.
Rihanna’s legs are both insured for an alleged $1 million. But that’s nothing compared to Julia Robert’s smile, which is reportedly insured for a staggering $30 million.
11. They Only Write While Blindfolded.
Best-selling author Jonathan Franzen revealed in a profile in The Guardian, when he writes, he wears earplugs and a blindfold, so he never gets distracted.
12. They Own The Rosebud Sled From Citizen Kane.
“Rosebud” is actually owned by filmmaking icon Steven Spielberg, who, as reported by The Washington Post, dropped $55,000 to own this.
13. They Run Diamond Mines.
Global R&B sensation Akon invested in a diamond mine in South Africa.
14. They Have Their Own Fire Department.
George Lucas owns his own fire truck and employs 14 full-time firefighters.
15. When They Were Younger, They Believed They Could Live On Sunlight Alone.
Michelle Pfeiffer spent her youth in a cult that “believed that people in their highest state were breatharian”.
16. They’ll Buy Plane Tickets For Their Hats.
U2 lead singer and activist Bono arrived in Italy for a charity concert in 2003 and realized he left his favorite hat, a black trilby, back in London. He paid $1,200 for the hat to be flown to him.
17. When They Buy A Toy Car For Their Kids, It’s Covered In Diamonds.
Rapper The Game invests in a remote control Bentley GT for his son, he wants something special. Like, say, a car with the entire exterior covered in diamonds. As he explained on his Instagram, the toy is decorated with “almost $100,000 in diamonds… $98,376 dollars if we gettin technical.” That’s a lot of diamonds.
18. They Get Angry When Their Paramour Publishes Sexy Photos Of Them In A Best-Selling Book And Don’t Ask Permission.
Robert Van Winkle, or “Vanilla Ice” as he was once known, had a brief relationship with pop superstar Madonna, which ended in 1992 when he flipped through a copy of her newly published book SEX and recognized his own backside.
19. They Tailor Their Diets To Their Bodily Smells.
The late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs wasn’t just a vegan; he was a vegan who thought his diet gave him superpowers.
20. They Think People Being Mean Is A War Crime.
When people write unkind things about Gwyneth Paltrow’ and her family online, it’s “almost like how in war, you go through this bloody, dehumanizing thing,” she said.