$100,000 Leggings and the 11 Other Most Ridiculous Celebrity Purchases

beyonce-knowlesA mere $840,000 in annual fitness bills, $20 million to buy a city, $100,000 birthday presents ...Yes, a celebrity's annual income is about a thousand times more than the average American’s, but we’re still blown away on what these folks choose to spend their hard-earned cash. Viewing these extravagant expenses will definitely make you feel less guilty about shelling out that $2.50 for a blueberry muffin on the way to work this morning.

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  • otool

    Luxury ..with $$$$$$$ you dont shop at wallmart….Enjoy your muffin..

  • Fred and Felicia Norman

    If we spread this wealth around ordinary folks, these foolish purchases would be replaced by more goods sold in stores that would hire more people. That would help our economy beside the natural tendency to improve the morale of the common person with an average income.
    Sports celebs are earning enormous salaries and fees from commercials. We need to do something to reign this in and soon.

  • Fred and Felicia Norman

    Let's put a cap on salaries paid to celebs in all walks of life. From Sports to film etc. etc.

    • CHBIII

      As long a we the people continue to buy products or event tickets that support those outdrageous salaries, those outrageaous salaries will continue.

  • emmagoldmanii

    Please cut the crap differentiating people into two classes, “celebrities” and everyone else. By doing this, you are promoting blatant medievalism. Just substitute the words “nobility” and “peasants.” We had the American and French Revolutions to get rid of that. Every human being on the planet is of equal worth. You are promoting an elitist agenda that the mainstream media and so-called “celebrity class” want to force on everyone–get them so ingrained to accept this distinction that they think it's a part of life, like the law of gravity. It's not. Please stop promoting this lie.

    I am no peasant, “ordinary person,” or second class citizen and refuse to be treated that way. Revolution until Victory!!!

  • otool

    Luxury ..with $$$$$$$ you dont shop at wallmart….Enjoy your muffin..

  • Fred and Felicia Norman

    If we spread this wealth around ordinary folks, these foolish purchases would be replaced by more goods sold in stores that would hire more people. That would help our economy beside the natural tendency to improve the morale of the common person with an average income.
    Sports celebs are earning enormous salaries and fees from commercials. We need to do something to reign this in and soon.

  • Fred and Felicia Norman

    Let's put a cap on salaries paid to celebs in all walks of life. From Sports to film etc. etc.

  • CHBIII

    As long a we the people continue to buy products or event tickets that support those outdrageous salaries, those outrageaous salaries will continue.

  • emmagoldmanii

    Please cut the crap differentiating people into two classes, “celebrities” and everyone else. By doing this, you are promoting blatant medievalism. Just substitute the words “nobility” and “peasants.” We had the American and French Revolutions to get rid of that. Every human being on the planet is of equal worth. You are promoting an elitist agenda that the mainstream media and so-called “celebrity class” want to force on everyone–get them so ingrained to accept this distinction that they think it's a part of life, like the law of gravity. It's not. Please stop promoting this lie.

    I am no peasant, “ordinary person,” or second class citizen and refuse to be treated that way. Revolution until Victory!!!

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