11 Crazy Things Celebs Have Done That You Won’t Believe Are True

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Human as we are, we often enjoy doing impulsive things and carrying weird habits with us. Still, our favorite celebrities sometimes really live the statement “to each his own” to another level, and their extra lifestyles naturally take the cake. Here are a few unbelievable star moments that scream, “What?!”

1. Alicia Silverstone’s unusual meal time with her son

Like a mama bird, the ’90s teen icon used to feed her young son, Bear Blu, unconventionally, and it was through her mouth. Alicia Silverstone said while talking about her breakfast with Bear, “I fed Bear the mochi and a tiny bit of veggies from the soup...from my mouth to his.” She added, “He literally crawls across the room to attack my mouth if I’m eating.”

2. Grimes’ single-lettered name

Born Claire Boucher, Grimes ultimately thought her stage name wouldn’t last long. Because of this, she legally changed her name to just “c” in 2018. The lowercase letter is intentional, and she also specified the name c will be italicized.

3. Daniel Radcliffe’s habit he couldn’t quite break

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We can imagine Harry Potter’s prop department losing their marbles, making replica after replica of Harry’s wand. This is because actor Daniel Radcliffe broke over 70 wands on set after playing with them. He also admitted he had over 120 replacements for his glasses.

4. Katy Perry’s unique collection from her friends

Pop star Katy Perry’s love language might have taken some friends aback, since she used to keep locks of their hair in her purse. She shared, “One of the first times I went to the Grammys, I got to share a dressing room with Miley Cyrus and Taylor Swift, and I asked them for a lock of their hair from each one of them, which is totally creepy, but awesome.”

5. Hugh Jackman’s pre-fame game

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Before he became the legendary Wolverine in the X-Men movies, Hugh Jackman proved he was a jack of all trades in an Instagram post showing a clowning gig before his Hollywood days. We’re not clowning around when we say his alter ego was “Coco the Clown.”

6. Paris Hilton’s real estate gift to her fur babies

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Nothing is simple and bland in Paris Hilton’s life. The hotel chain heiress and fashion icon boasted, in a tweet, some photos of her beloved dogs’ 2-story mansion complete with “air conditioning, heating, designer furniture, and a chandelier.”

7. Nicolas Cage’s extravagant artifact investment

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The bid for a $276,000 dinosaur skull in 2007 forged an unlikely competition between Hollywood A-listers Nicolas Cage and Leonardo DiCaprio. The latter was outbid by Cage, a notorious collector of odd and expensive artifacts.

8. Natalie Portman’s love for academics

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Natalie Portman’s knack for science eventually crossed her celebrity status. Her high school paper, “A Simple Method to Demonstrate the Enzymatic Production of Hydrogen from Sugar,” was published in the Journal of Chemical Education. She also co-authored a psychology study at Harvard. Both papers were cited as N. Hershlag, her real name.

9. Madonna’s over-the-top skincare

When pop icon Madonna launched her skincare line called MDNA Skin, it included a $600 clay mask with a magnetic wand to remove it. And what’s a better way to promote a product than to wear it on her butt? She even said, “Don’t you want soft skin on your butt?”

10. Lady Gaga’s expensive haunting suspicions

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The Ghostbusters would’ve wanted in when Lady Gaga announced she was spending over $31,000 on state-of-the-art electromagnetic field meters to detect a ghost named Ryan who’s been haunting her throughout her tour.

11. Julia Roberts’ megawatt smile

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The megawatt smile of America’s sweetheart, Julia Roberts, has graced every movie from her filmography. It’s no wonder why she decided to insure her prized asset with a whopping $30 million policy. She’s not alone, as some celebrities also covered their precious body parts, from legs to butts and other body parts.

Would you do these things too if you were a celebrity? What’s the first thing you would do?

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