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15 Absolutely Bizarre Things That Celebrities Believe In

15 Absolutely Bizarre Things That Celebrities Believe In

It’s an old saying that our reality is a reflection of our strongest beliefs. However, some of the biggest A-listers of showbiz have faith in some really bizarre things. Take a look at 15 bizarre things that celebrities believe in:


1. Mark Ruffalo has full faith that 9/11 was an inside job. During an interview at an anti-war rally back in 2007, Ruffalo stated: “I’m baffled. My first reaction is that buildings don’t fall down like that.”

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2. Despite being a registered Republican, Clint Eastwood’s views differ from his fellow Republicans. He claims to have nothing against gay marriages and believes that people should give them a chance to do what they want.

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3. Despite spending a majority of his career dressed as a woman, Barry Humphries holds some transphobic views. He has even called out transgender woman Caitlyn Jenner as a “mutilated man.”

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4. Before their album Nevermind was released, Nirvana had an agreement to split all the royalties equally three ways. However, after its success, Kurt Cobain believed that he deserved 75% and even insisted the split be retroactive.

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5. Morgan Freeman finds the entire concept of Black History Month to be absolute bogus. He firmly believes that the only way to stop racism is to stop addressing it.

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6. American singer and songwriter Alice Cooper who is often considered as the embodiment of Satan
for the kind of theme he follows in his songs actually believes every word in the Old Testament.

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7. Mark Wahlberg apparently goes to church every day. He believes that his Catholic faith saves him from gangs and addiction. This helps him spend time in helping the inner city kids avoid this kind of lifestyle as well.

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8. Vince Vaughn is very fond of guns. Unlike most Hollywood actors, Vince Vaughn loves endorsing arms and is a firm supporter of people having guns in public. He believes that guns should be permitted in schools and that public shootings only take place in gun-free zones. He said, “Banning guns is like banning forks in an attempt to stop making people fat, the comedian said.

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9. Out of the many bizarre things, American rapper Eminem doesn’t believe in swearing around the house.

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10. Taylor Swift is apparently attracted to the number 13 which many consider ominous. She said, “I was born on the 13th. I turned 13 on Friday the 13th. My first album went gold in 13 weeks. My first No. 1 song had a 13-second intro,”

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11. To support longevity and youth, Cameron Diaz wears a “lucky necklace” that she believes to have a mysterious anti-aging power.

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13. Jennifer Anniston apparently has a pre-flight ritual that she follows before stepping inside any flying machine. “If I walk onto an airplane, I always have to go on with my right foot first and tap the outside of the plane, I have always done it for luck.”

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14. Serena Williams believes that her key to success in games is showing up in shower sandals to the court and wearing the same pair of socks throughout a tournament. She likes to tie her shoes in a specific manner and makes the ball bounce exactly five times before she gives her first serve.

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15. James McAvoy believes in scatting away bad luck every month by saying  “White rabbit” to the first person he sees on the first date of each month.

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Written by Muneer

Muneer is an Indian writer at FandomWire who plans to visit all countries in this world to eat the food on their streets. Obsessed with joggers, he sings and plays the strings too.