Celebrities Who've Insured Bodily Assets
August 02, 2012
Former Entertainment Tonight host and legendary entertainment journalist Mary Hart left an indelible mark on the entertainment business when she took out a $2 million insurance policy for her legs, sparking a trend that persists today. Now we're taking a look at the celebrities that are protecting their biggest moneymakers.
Like Mary, Heidi Klum also took out a policy on her 34-inch-long gams to the tune of $1 million a leg, according to Shibani Joshi of the Fox Business Network.
Playboy model Holly Madison considers her breasts as her primary moneymaker, covering them for a cool $1 million.
How much is Bruce Springsteen's voice worth? About $6 million if you rate it by the insurance policy he took out to protect his God-given instrument.
While athletes are known to take out insurance in case of injuries, Pittsburgh Steelers strong safety Troy Polamalu's insurance policy had nothing to do with the football field. The Super Bowl champ took out a $1 million policy on his hair in light of his endorsement deal with Head & Shoulders.
And America Ferrera literally has a $10 million smile after acquiring her multi-million dollar policy to guard those pearly whites.
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