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11 Celebrities Who Have Weird Superstitions

By newadmin / Published on Saturday, 02 Jun 2018 23:21 PM / No Comments / 33 views

Being superstitious can mean a lot of things to different people. Some people subconsciously do things, while others have exact rituals they have to follow especially athletes and celebrities. From fear of black cats to lucky charms, a lot of stars have adopted some odd customs when it comes to their work and lives, especially with so much traveling. Take a look at 11 celebrities who have weird superstitions:

11. Colin Farrell

The luck of the Irish means a lot more to Irish actor Colin Farrell than many realize. The handsome actor revealed just how superstitious he is when back in 2011 he offered around $20,000 as a reward in return for his “lucky belt.” The actor revealed that the belt had been given to him by his father Eamonn, and having it was very important to his success. Aside from the belt, Farrell also admitted years before that he had a pair of “lucky boxers” that were given to him by his brother which were covered in shamrocks and said “The luck of the Irish” on the waistband, and he wore them on the first day of every movie shoot he was a part of.

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10. Victoria Beckham

Former Spice Girl and fashion maven Victoria Beckham may always seem calm and collected, but it is not before going through some specific rituals. “If I told you my backstage rituals, and was honest you would think I was a little weird. I carry my crystals with me which some people might think as odd but it works for us,” she explained. She added that her superstitions didn’t end with her crystals. “New York works and my team are happy there. We have a great set up there. We go to the same hotel. But I am quite superstitious. I don’t walk underneath ladders, and if I see magpies, I do the salute thing.” Saluting a magpie comes from the belief they bring bad luck, but that can be reversed if you salute them or say “good morning” to them.

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