Emotions, they're so confusing. This three-time Tim Burton actress may have had her understanding of cheerfulness messed up by all that Danny Elfman music when she told the press, "I feel my best when I'm happy." You know, unlike the rest of us.
This Hollywood Hills home is owned by a producer who writes, stars in and directs his own films. Films he should really stop making because just having his name attached to something often makes us not want to see it.
This Academy Award winning actress and singer is a big health food proponent. So much so that she thinks they have magical powers and once said, "I am convinced that by eating biological foods it is possible to avoid a tumor."
This newly-purchased Los Angeles home was just snapped up by a recently engaged actor/literal son of a preacher man for him and his fiance to grow old in. At least until the final season of his show airs this summer and he has to find other career prospects.
There's a reason supermodels aren't usually Mensa members, and that's because they're hired for how nice they look in panties -- not necessary their smarts. This Canadian beauty was once quoted as saying, "I don't diet. I just don't eat as much as I'd like to...
This London native is selling his Maida Vale home and is moving on up to the more well-to-do English neighborhood of Highgate. Which sounds more like the plot of a 'Downton Abbey' episode and less like a real estate transaction to us.
Get out your tiny violins and prepare the dirge. This celebutante leads a pretty charmed life, but if you listen to her side of the story, "Everything bad that can happen to a person has happened to me."
Don't let appearances fool you. This New York City townhouse is bigger on the inside, and as an added bonus, it's owned by an Oscar-nominated actor. That's almost as good as an Oscar-winning actor, at least for resale value.
The Germans may love him, but Americans just love to mock him. This performer once made people question his family lineage and his understanding of the English language when he said, "I have taste. It's inbred in me."
This singer is currently healing a broken heart with the purchase of this $6 million home in Los Angeles. We'd call it a bachelor pad, but it's big enough for the entire cast of 'The Bachelor' -- and its requisite rose garden.
This lead singer couldn't quite grasp the difference between polygamy and monogamy when he told Rolling Stone, "It's really hard to maintain a one-on-one relationship if the other person is not going to allow me to be with other people."
This socialite and well-known ex-wife sold the above mini-mansion in Tarzana, Calif., probably because it's wasted space -- with 19 stays in rehab, she spends more time in facilities than she does at home.
This Beverly Hills home is available for lease since the actor who owns it is running low on cash, what with spending so much money using his lawyers to talk to his ex-wife instead of manning up and making those calls himself.
It's not like he'll be sleeping in the car, though -- he has plenty of other luxury pads. Hanging out in a bar where everyone knows your name apparently pays obscenely well.
This $12 million mansion in the Pacific Palisades area of Southern California was just snapped up by an R&B singer who will most likely use every room in the home to take topless photos of herself and share them with the internet. In other words, the manse is a punishment to us all.