Celebrities, they entertain us, they strip naked for us, they sell us Fancy House Slippers (show image of snoop dogg’s fancy house slippers) and they never, ever lie.
Anna Nicole Smith was a Playboy Playmate who was most famous for marrying an 80 year old billionaire oil baron, J. Howard Marshall, when she was just 27 years old.
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Matthew McConaughey once starred in a movie called Ghosts of Girlfriends Past, which was an adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, except instead of the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future, he was haunted by girls he’d dated who weren’t even dead, a girl he knows who he’d never dated, and a girl from the future he hasn’t even met yet.
Is it a stretch to call Winston Churchill a celebrity? I don’t think so, because this guy was pulling duckface selfies way before anyone on instagram did.
In May 2010 the UK’s Daily Mirror newspaper reported that Lady Gaga had spent three thousand dollars to protect herself from a ghost, purchasing electromagnetic field sweepers, lighty-uppy magic kerjiggers, and even going so far as to hire a team of actual ghost hunters to keep this evil spirit at bay.
Some of the celebrities on this list may be a little untrustworthy, but you know who I’d believe if they told me they’d seen a ghost? Professor X and Magneto, that’s who.
Yep, we’re not making it up. Former President Bill Clinton is on record as saying that during his time in the White House, his wife Hillary, the First Lady and potential future President of the United States, would frequently attempt to contact the ghosts of famous historical figures through séances.
2016 kicked off its celebrity murder campaign with David Bowie back in January, but Ziggy Stardust doesn’t make our video because he’s been haunting anyone, oh no.
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