Celebs who've insured their body parts
Dolly Parton - The singer is known for a lot of things, two of which are on her chest. She insured her breasts for $600,000—$300,000 each.
Taylor Swift - The singer didn’t buy her masters, but she did take out a $40 million insurance policy on her legs.
Kylie Minogue - The singer allegedly insured her derriere for a whopping $5 million.
Shirley MacLaine - MacLaine, who is a well-known believer in extraterrestrial life, decided to take out a $25 million policy based on the possibility of alien abduction.
Bruce Springsteen - The gravelly rocker insured his voice with Lloyd's of London for a cool $6 million.
Tina Turner - The singer reportedly insured her legs for $3.2 million.
Daniel Craig - The James Bond star insured his entire body for $9.5 million while filming 'Quantum of Solace.'
Madonna - Madonna's breasts are reported to be insured for $2 million, cone bras not included.
Miley Cyrus -
She loves to show it off, so naturally rumors circulated that the singer insured her tongue for $1 million.
America Ferrera - In 2007, and as part of her partnership with Aquafresh, Lloyd’s of London insured Ferrera’s winning smile for $10 million.
Jamie Lee Curtis - In 1994, Curtis became the face of L’Eggs Pantyhose, and the company decided to take out a $1 million insurance policy to protect her legs.
David Lee Roth - Many sources say that David Lee Roth, lead singer of Van Halen, got his sperm insured for $1 million.
Gene Simmons - At the height of his career with the band Kiss, the famed rocker insured his iconic tongue for $1 million.
Julia Roberts - According to many reports, Julia Roberts insured her iconic smile for $30 million.
Cristiano Ronaldo - The Portuguese soccer player had his legs insured by Real Madrid for $144 million.
Rod Stewart - The singer reportedly insured his throat after having surgery for throat cancer, with a policy reported to be worth $6 million.
Kim Kardashian -
When you have a bum as famous as Kim K’s, naturally many sources have reported that she insured it, but the numbers vary from $3 million to $21 million.
Fernando Alonso - The thumbs of the two-time Formula 1 champion were reportedly insured for $13.3 million as part of a campaign by Spanish-based bank Santander.