When you are so talented, rich and usual items couldn’t make you satisfied anymore, finding some new habits or even, weird is a fun way to spend money on. There are items with huge prices used by famous stars that make the audience’s hearts skip a beat.
Elton John: Flowers
In a career spanning five decades, Elton John has sold more than 300 million records, making him one of the best-selling music artists in the world. Therefore, it is not too surprising that he always seeks to enjoy his musical achievements.
In 2000, the Telegraph shared that Elton John spent a lot of money on buying flowers. “I am a single man, I love to spend money,” the music legend said that. And he spent £293 to buy flowers within two years.
Marilyn Manson: Human bones
Marilyn Manson is one of the most controversial artists in the world from visualization to music. Of course, the entertainments of the male artist are equally horror.
In 2007, a colleague working with Marilyn Manson shared that the male artist spent a lot of money on sick items. One of them is the full human skeleton of a Chinese boy. The price of it is not disclosed, but each premium for this product is up to 380 thousand dollars.
Kabbalah is an esoteric, disciplined and ideological method of Judaism. A traditional Kabbalist in Judaism is called Mequbā.
In the 1990s, Madonna became famous as a devotee of this method. The queen of pop has spent money on anything related to this thought. In 2008 The Today Show shared that Madonna spent 10 thousand dollars a month on Kabbalah water that brings luck.
Kanye West: Diamond teeth
Kanye West is one of the most popular music stars, and recently, the male rapper has been recognized as a billionaire. Before that, however, this talented artist with many disabilities also stunned people with a series of luxurious delights.
In 2010, hip hop superstar Kanye West appeared on Ellen and showed off her bottom row of teeth that had been extracted and replaced with diamonds.
Bono, is an Irish musician, singer, businessman and social activist. He is widely known as the leader of a famous group from Dublin, U2.
He is one of the artists who adore hats. When the artist flew to Italy for a charity concert in 2003 and forgot his favorite hat in London, he booked a plane to pick it up, including insurance money and tip. On average, he makes about 1500 dollars.