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Backed By A Policy: 11 Celebrities With Insured Body Parts

April 16, 2014 by Jihan Forbes
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While the rest of us struggle to get approved for a Crate & Barrel credit card, celebrities are out scooping up policies on their unfairly toned and/or talented bodies. Just imagine: you spend hours in the gym working on getting enviable legs, and if they break in a freak accident, all you get is medical bills and crippling debt. If you’re a celebrity? You can count on finding a fat check in your mailbox.

So, in case you needed any more reason to be jealous of the perks that come with being famous, here are 11 celebrities whose body parts come with very pricey policies.

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