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The 6 Most Expensive Insured Body Part

Lloyds of London is an insurance company that probably never imagined that it would become so popular for insuring the body parts of rich people. The rich and famous people come to Lloyds to get their iconic body parts insured so that the risk is covered.

These are the six strangest and most expensive body part insurance. Of course, the great part of these insurances is also the marketing stunts.

1. Mariah Carey‘s Legs

I’ve never really paid much attention to Mariah Carey‘s legs before. But I will now due to the fact that Mariah’s got the most expensive legs in the world. The most expensive body part ever is songstress Mariah Carey.  In 2006, after she was named the face of Gillette's "Legs of a Goddess" campaign, Gillette decided to insure Carey‘s legs for $1 billion!

2. Jennifer Lopez's Lovely Derriere

Jennifer Lopez’s buttock is very well known, and is one of the nicest in Hollywood. Jennifer Lopez’s insured her lovely derriere for $300 million.  Jennifer’s bottom was the most expensive buttock in the world.

3. Cristiano Ronaldo’s Legs

Spain’s club Real Madrid wanted to ensure Cristiano Ronaldo‘s legs and feet were well-protected. So they insured them for record-breaking $144 million.

4. David Beckham’s Legs

David Beckham, the world's most iconic footballer, has insured his muscular and athletic legs for $70 million.

5. Julia Roberts’ smile

Most expensive body parts - Julia Roberts' smile She’s got the most recognizable smile in Hollywood. The smile of Julia Roberts is apparently valued more, it seems that she has it insured for $ 30 million.

6. Tom Jones's Chest hair

Tom Jones, the singer who rose to prominence in the '60s, has insured his chest hair for  $7 million. We're guessing that the old lothario, who at 73 is opening for Morrissey on a U.S. tour this year, feels as though his burly pelt of chest curls is the key to making senior females swoon.

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