The most valuable body parts in Hollywood

The most valuable body parts in Hollywood
Legs, breasts, butts, smiles... celebrities put a price on each of their assets.

Legs, breasts, butts, smiles... celebrities put a price on each of their assets.

What part of your body would you say is the most valuable? For Taylor Swift the answer is apparently her legs, which she has reportedly insured for a cool US$40mil (S$56 million).

According to the National Enquirer, the singer and her team have taken the precaution of insuring her pins ahead of her world tour, which kicks off in May. The star is said to be "embarrassed" by the large sum, but she is far from alone in erring on the side of caution when it comes to insuring body parts.

Here are a few famous attributes in the history of show business:

Pearly whites

Ugly Betty actress America Ferrara, is, of course, anything but unattractive - as demonstrated by her lovely smile. The star's partner AquaFresh clearly agrees, having insured it for US$10mil back in 2007.

Julia Roberts is another actress known for her gleaming grin, which she has allegedly insured to the tune of US$30mil.


Dolly Parton paid a fortune for her breasts, so it was only natural that the star would insure them - for US$600,000.

Model Holly Madison insured hers for US$1mil in 2011, and the Queen of Pop herself, Madonna, is reported to have protected hers for US$2mil.


J-Lo started it when she reportedly secured a huge insurance policy (which reports put at varying amounts between US$27mil and US$300mil) against her booty - arguably the singer's most famous asset.

Kylie Minogue is also in this camp, having allegedly insured her glutes for US$5mil.


Leggy stars eager to protect their pins have included Mariah Carey, who reportedly once took out a whopping US$1bil policy when she was the face of Gillette.

Football player Cristiano Ronaldo took out a US$144mil policy for his star shins, although we can see the logic in this. Similarly, David Beckham once insured his for US$70mil.

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