Celebs with the most expensive body parts

We all have at least one amazing feature, but these celebrities' particular attributes are worth more cash than most of us will ever see in our entire lives. Gives new meaning to "shake your moneymaker," doesn't it?

Heidi Klum's Legs

Heidi Klum insured both of her legs, but one is worth more than the other. The runway legend-turned-Project Runway host says her right leg is worth $1.2 million and her left $1 million. The reason? She's got a tiny scar on her left gam—as if that makes her any less perfect.

Gene Simmons' Tongue

Kiss frontman Gene Simmons is known more for his tongue than for his songs. (Seriously, name a few other than "Detroit Rock City" or "Rock and Roll All Nite." We'll wait.) It's no surprise, then, that the legendary lothario insured his tongue for $1 million instead of his voice or his hands, because it's his trademark. And those other things aren't really good for anything important.

Jennifer Lopez's Infamous Booty

Jennifer Lopez gives her all when she performs, and "her all" includes a whole lot of booty shaking, popping, and otherwise showing off. That may explain why she insured her ample apple bottom for $27 million. After all, if anything went awry with her assets, she'd have to rewrite her hit song "Booty."

Keith Richards' Hands

Keith Richards insured his grabbers for $2 million, because, well, that's what the Rolling Stones legend uses to play guitar. Rumor has it, though, that the insurance was specifically for his middle finger, in which case, he's the most rock n' roll man on the planet.

Holly Madison's Breasts

Even Holly Madison knows she isn't successful for her big ol' brain. The onetime Girls Next Door star and Playboy playmate insured her breasts for $1 million (half-a-mil each) to make sure she can keep, er, milking her cash cow even if something bad happens to her chest.

Kylie Minogue's Backside

In the land Down Under, Kylie Minogue has one of the most infamous tushes ever. To keep that tuchus record in tact, the singer insured her rear end for $5 million. You know, just in case of any "Locomotion"-style accidents.

Bruce Springsteen And Rod Stewart's Vocal Cords

Bruce Springsteen has never been a vain guy, so he didn't bother insuring his handsome mug or still-buff bod. His voice is his livelihood, so his insured body part is, appropriately, his vocal cords. If anything should keep him from crooning with them, he'll nab a payout worth anywhere from $6 to $31 million. Fellow music legend Rod Stewart signed a similar deal for his own pipes for $6 million.

Betty Grable's Legs

Betty Grable was the pinup of choice in World War II—even for non-Americans. Her long legs were reportedly insured for $1 million in the 1940s. While that's a lot of money today, back then it was worth a lot more. When you calculate annual inflation since then, the value comes to a staggering $16.7 million. Those are some pricy pins!

Julia Roberts' Smile

No one wants to see America's sweetheart frown! Julia Roberts' iconic smile, as a result, was insured for $30 million. Even if her teeth get knocked out, that cash will likely make her grin again…or at least stop crying long enough to get some great veneers.

America Ferrera's Teeth

America, the beautiful! When America Ferrera signed a contract to endorse Aquafresh toothpaste, the company insured her smile for $10 million. Ferrera was thrilled with the deal, telling press, "It's very flattering to have my smile insured for $10 million, it's not something that I ever imagined happening." Well, yeah, not when you're playing a character named Ugly Betty who has braces.

Cristiano Ronaldo and David Beckham's Legs

Soccer stars Cristiano Ronaldo and David Beckham's livelihoods are in their legs. They wisely insured their stems for a respective $140 and $195 million dollars, giving their bank accounts a kick in case they ever tear an ACL or break a bone.

Rihanna's Legs

Just about every inch of Rihanna's being is gorgeous and perfect, so it'd be hard to narrow down which of her famous parts should be insured. However, the stunning chanteuse decided to get a policy on her long legs for $1 million after signing an endorsement deal with Gillette.

Dolly Parton's Breasts

Country queen Dolly Parton has a sense of humor about herself—and she also has keen business sense. The buxom blonde insured not her voice, but her ample bosom for $600,000—or $300,000 per breast.

Troy Polamalu's Hair

When Pittsburgh Steelers player Troy Polamalu signed a contract with Head & Shoulders shampoo, they insured his manly mane for a cool $1 million. Fun fact: When straight, his hair is nearly three feet long. That cash will come in handy if there's ever a freak flat-ironing accident.

Jamie Lee Curtis' Legs

When Jamie Lee Curtis signed a deal to be the celebrity spokeswoman for L'eggs hosiery, she signed a deal to protect her gams for $1 million. All those years sprinting away from Michael Myers probably helped increase their value significantly.

Tom Jones' Chest Hair

It actually is unusual to insure your chest hair. But don't tell that to Tom Jones: He took out a $7 million policy on his, just in case he shaves in his sleep and breaks the hearts of middle-aged women everywhere.

Madonna's Breasts

The Queen of Pop reportedly insured her breasts for $1 million. It was a smart move, because, well, those cone bras look pretty dangerous.

Daniel Craig's Entire Package

Get your head out of the gutter! When Daniel Craig signed on to play the most rugged James Bond cinema has ever known, he knew there were risks involved. Since he'd be doing at least some of his own stunts, the blondest 007 to date insured his entire body for $9.5 million. Talk about Moneypenny.

Tina Turner's Legs

Tina Turner told Oprah that her long legs made her feel like a "pony" when she was little, but that she eventually learned that short skirts and mini-dresses were what worked best for her enviable figure. Once she learned to love her legs, she also learned to capitalize on them: in case she wasn't able to flaunt them while dancing anymore, she insured her stems for $3.2 million.

David Lee Roth's Sperm

Wait, what? The Van Halen frontman's insurance policy sounds insane and more than a little gross, but it actually makes sense. David Lee Roth got his sperm insured just in case any groupie decided to "jump" at the chance for a lovechild.

Mariah Carey's Legs

No, it's not a "Fantasy": Mariah Carey really did insure her legs for $1 billion—yes, billion, with a B—dollars. The legendary diva made the deal when she signed on to promote Gillette Venus in their "Legs of a Goddess" campaign. Did you really expect her payout to not hit the highest note ever?