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Are Taylor Swift’s legs worth $40 million?

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If there’s one thing I think we can all agree on, it’s that Taylor Swift has pretty amazing legs. She shows them off at every available opportunity and now, she’s taking things to the next level since she’s apparently decided to insure those legs for an insane $40 million.

From The Daily Mail:

A source shared that the Blank Space singer was ’embarrassed’ once she realized how much her legs were actually worth.

The 1989 hitmaker took out the insurance plan because she didn’t want to be at risk of losing everything if she was unable to dance on stage.

A source shared: ‘It seems like a ludicrous sum, but if something was to happen to her legs, Taylor wouldn’t be able to give her signature stage performances. Her $200 million career would be in big trouble.’

I have to be honest – I don’t understand what any of this means. I mean, I know it’s from DM so it’s absolute bullshit, but how on earth would she “lose everything” because… she couldn’t dance on stage? She just… wouldn’t go on tour, one would imagine. And she wouldn’t make any MORE money, but she’s already fucking loaded with more money than she’ll reasonably need for the rest of her life, so… yeah, don’t get it.

Also, why would she be “embarrassed” about how much her legs are worth, and who in the hell appraised them to begin with? SO MANY QUESTIONS!

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  • A P.R. stunt because her legs are the most attractive parts of her body. She knows it too that’s why she flaunts them, because all pop tarts try to flaunt themselves as being hot and desirable. I guess I should say all pretty female singers that are fairly young do that. And Madonna. Sex sells.

  • It’s fairly standard to insure your future. I am a translator and I know translators who have insured their hands. Why? Because if you can’t type you can’t translate, if you can’t translate you can’t work, and if you can’t work, you can’t eat. Speech-to-text software, which is the only option if you can’t write besides actually paying someone to do it, doesn’t work with all accents/languages, and is not developed enough to cover highly specialised areas of expertise. Therefore, you insure your hands in case you break your wrist and can’t type for however long it takes to heal. Besides, if you have ever taken life insurance, you’ll know it’s the norm for your policy documents to feature a list of how much each body part is valued in case of loss. Tip of nose, pinky finger (value changes on hand depending if you’re right or left handed), left foot vs right foot, e v e r y t h i n g. Insurance companies have all of this figured out.