Heidi's $2 Million Legs, Bruce's $6 Million Vocal Cords and More Stars with Insured Body Parts

There is no price too high for protecting these stars' famous assets

01 of 09

Heidi Klum's Legs

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Reportedly insured for: $2.2 million

When your legs are the focal point of everything, you'd better have those babies insured. Klum did for a while for a client, though a small scar on her left leg meant it was worth $200,000 less than its counterpart, she recently told Ellen DeGeneres.

"When I was young, I fell into a glass and I have, like, a big scar," she explained to DeGeneres. "Obviously I put so much spray tan on right now you can't see it right now but yeah, one was more expensive than the other one."

"It's weird the things that some people do," Klum added.

02 of 09

Holly Madison's Breasts


Reportedly insured for: $1 million

Before going topless for her 2011 Las Vegas revue Peepshow, the former Playboy Playmate decided to take out a policy on her breasts. "I thought, why not?" she told PEOPLE. "Because if anything happened to my boobs, I'd be out for a few months and I'd probably be out a million dollars."

03 of 09

Rihanna's Legs

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Reportedly insured for: $1 million

When RiRi was presented with Gillette's Venus Breeze Celebrity Legs of a Goddess award, she promptly insured those award-winning gams for a cool million.

04 of 09

Dolly Parton's Breasts

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Reportedly insured for: $600,000

Among Parton's signature qualities: her Tennessee twang, platinum blonde hair and yes, her ample bosom. So it's only fitting the country favorite insured her chest for $600,000 — $300,000 per breast, TIME reported.

However, Parton refuted that claim in a 2022 chat with Today.

"Years ago, was it [actress] Betty Grable, or one of the great famous stars that was famous also for her legs? At that time, I said 'Well maybe I should get my boobs insured since I'm famous for them.' "

"It was just a joke," she clarified. "I didn't do that."

She concluded with a very-Dolly wisecrack, "By the way, you can get new boobs but you can't get new legs!"

05 of 09

Bruce Springsteen's Vocal Cords

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Reportedly insured for: $6 million

No one can belt "Born in the U.S.A." quite like the rocker, who's covered the body part responsible for that gravely voice — his vocal cords — for quite a lot, TIME reports.

06 of 09

Mariah Carey's Vocal Cords & Legs


Reportedly insured for: $70 million

In 2016, TMZ reported that while on tour, the elusive chanteuse took out two $35 million policies: one for her famous voice, the other for her lengthy legs.

07 of 09

David Beckham & Cristiano Ronaldo's Legs

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Reportedly insured for: $195 million and $145 million, respectively

The famous footballers both insured their legs, because rumor has it players of their caliber are often the target of not-so-nice attacks on the field, such as out-of-bounds kicking that could wreck their careers. Beckham's policy was reportedly the biggest ever in sports history — so big it had to be covered by multiple companies.

08 of 09

America Ferrera's Teeth

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Reportedly insured for: $10 million

After she became the face of Aquafresh, the actress insured her smile. The decision was the company's, not Ferrera's; she later said, "It's very flattering to have my smile insured for $10 million. It's not something that I ever imagined happening."

09 of 09

Jamie Lee Curtis' Legs

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Reportedly insured for: $1 million

Curtis doesn't seem like the type to insure a body part. And turns out, she's not: L'eggs, the pantyhose brand, did it for the star when she appeared in its campaigns.

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