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What would you buy if you were worth millions and millions of dollars?If you were an ultra-famous movie star, you might buy a trip into space. Or your own personal fire brigade.
Or, in the case of Justin Bieber, a blinged out Halloween prop.
Our friends at Guest of Guest recently found seven crazy celebrity purchases, and inspired by them, we dug up several others.
She might be just a few months old, but Blue Ivy Carter has amassed more expensive gifts than most people will receive in a lifetime.
Ecclestone, daughter of F1 honcho Bernie Ecclestone, dropped a huge sum of money just so she could bathe in style, reports the Sydney Morning Herald.
The bathtub was carved out of pure Amazon rock crystal. And while the crystal itself only costs around $800,000, the cost of turning it into a tub and reinforcing Ecclestone's floor hiked up the price tag.
After he spent $100 million on his Skywalker Ranch in Nicasio, Calif., the mastermind behind Star Wars want to protect his investment.
So he did what any sensible mega-millionaire would do and bought his own fire brigade.
The crew includes 12 full-time firefighters, two fire trucks, and a couple volunteers.
Before strutting down the red carpet, America's Sweetheart spends $141,037 on everything from uber-expensive eyebrow shaping appointments to high-end private yoga classes.
She also spends at least $385 per week on dietitian-approved, pre-made meals.
For his 2011 Halloween costume, the Biebs commissioned Los Angeles-based jewelry maker If & Co. to create a custom-made gold grill.
The company's jeweler Ben Baller told Business Insider the original mouth piece cost $5,000.
Suri Cruise gives Blue Ivy Carter a run for her money as luckiest celebu-tot when she gets a designer handbag
She planned on turning the town into a production studio, theme park, and multiple other attractions. Basinger ultimately had to file for bankruptcy and sell the town for $1 million.
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