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Famous Celebrities With Real Life Phobias and Superstitions

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Everyone on the planet lives with fears, anxieties and oddball beliefs that can’t be proven. Celebrities are no different. In fact, most of the time they have the strangest of all those things. Maybes it’s all that money? Some even credit their strange rituals as the secret behind their success! Take a trip with us around the globe (don’t worry, it’s free) to find out which celebrities have what phobias and superstitions. Some of them are going to shock you!

1. Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer has a severe fear of flying and has been very open about her phobia. She claims that she is slowly learning to cope with it. In an interview with Ellen, Jennifer admitted that she is a member of the mile high club… in the cockpit of the plane, with a pilot, a co-pilot and with a flight attendant.



What wasn’t clear, was whether they were all at the same time. We’re not sure if this is a proven method to get over in-flight jitters, but it seems to be working for Jennifer. She also, a little ironically, has started appearing in ads for the Middle Eastern airline Emirates.

2. Scarlett Johansson

If Alfred Hitchcock’s film The Birds has taught us anything, it’s that birds can’t be trusted and that they want to peck our eyes out. This is a motto actress Scarlett Johansson lives by. She suffers from an intense fear of birds. She says it’s “something about wings and beaks and the flapping.”


“I’m terrified of them. That still hasn’t gone away… I was terrified of the peacocks on set (of the movie We Bought a Zoo). Like, ‘Ahh, don’t get too close.’ They’re like, mean,” Johansson confessed candidly in an interview with New York Magazine.

3. Megan Fox

You know that blood-curdling feeling you get when you hear nails on a chalkboard? That’s what Megan Fox feels every time she has to touch a piece of paper. While she has stated that it isn’t a phobia, it can be a very real fear for some.

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Fox says if she is forced to read something on paper, she has to keep a glass of water nearby to flip the pages and dull the horrific feeling of the material. “Scripts, newspaper or anything that’s not laminated, I can’t touch it with my hands!” Fox declared.

4. Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande might seem like a cute pop superstar, but when she’s not wowing audiences, she also hunts demons. When asked if she believed in ghosts, the singer began reminiscing about a trip her and her entourage took to a cemetery. It was a haunted cemetery of course, and the pop star had numerous run-ins with supernatural creatures.



She claims to have taken a picture of the cemetery and captured the image of at least three demons. The photo’s size, like anything demonic, was 666 mb. In order to protect her good juju, it had to be deleted.

5. Pamela Anderson

Actress and model Pamela Anderson might make a living out of people looking at her, but that doesn’t mean she wants to look at herself. She has a phobia of mirrors, or spectrophobia, and also won’t watcher herself on TV.


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“I have this phobia—I don’t like mirrors. And I don’t watch myself on television. If anything comes on, I make them shut it off, or I leave the room,” Anderson told the Daily Mail. Her phobia probably makes putting on make-up difficult, but then again she most likely has people to do that for her. Next up is another Baywatch star with a strange phobia.

6. Carmen Electra

Carmen Electra gained notoriety as an actress for her role on the TV series Baywatch, but for her, it wasn’t all fun in the sun. The glamour model/actress suffers from hydrophobia, a fear of water. Understandable, playing the role of a lifeguard couldn’t have been an easy task.


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Electra has said that the experience was traumatic and that her phobia hampered her time on the show. “I wasn’t the greatest swimmer in the world. It wasn’t easy trying to look good with the water getting in my eyes and up my nose,” Electra said. Seems water and Electra doesn’t go well together.

7. Jennifer Love Hewitt

The lovely Jennifer Love Hewitt is a self-diagnosed hypochondriac. So, understandably, she also has a myriad of phobias to deal with. A fear of heights is her most crippling phobia. As a popular actress, many of her meetings take place at the top of skyscrapers.



Hewitt has stated that she absolutely cannot enter an elevator if there are too many people in it. “I prefer it when it’s empty so I can scream if I want to,” the actress said. She also isn’t about to go in the sea anytime soon as she is also afraid of sharks.

8. Katie Holmes

Raccoons can be quite the adventurous and daring animal, and have even received the endearing “trash panda” nickname. However, all this is too much so for Katie Holmes, who is terrified of the creatures. She prefers animals that won’t just run up to her and take a bite.


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“This raccoon comes right up, like right there, and I’m expecting it to be more afraid of me and I’m staring at it and it’s staring right back like he’s gonna kick my butt and I didn’t know what to do so I just stood up and barked at it and he just ran away,” Holmes stated in an interview on the Tonight Show.

9. Nicole Kidman

Nicole Kidman suffers from a lesser-known phobia called lepidopterophobia, an irrational fear of butterflies and moths. She developed the phobia during her childhood in Australia and goes well out of her way to avoid the insects at all costs to this very day.


Kidman detailed in an interview that she once crawled over a fence to get to the side of her house to avoid a giant butterfly sitting on the front gate. “I jump out of planes, I could be covered in cockroaches, I do all sorts of things, but I just don’t like the feel of butterflies’ bodies.”

10. Sarah Michelle Gellar

One would expect vampire slayers to go where the vampires frequent without fear. But real life Buffy is actually terrified of graveyards, a phobia known as coimetrophobia. Many of the graveyard scenes filmed during the series were at fake cemeteries, but occasionally there was no avoiding the real thing.


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Gellar has admitted that there were times during filming that she would just break down in tears because she had to be in a cemetery. “I have an irrational fear of cemeteries and being buried alive.” She added: “It’s really hard to be a vampire slayer if you’re scared of cemeteries.”

11. Uma Thurman

Uma Thurman has claustrophobia and came face to face with her worst nightmare during the filming of Kill Bill 2. One of the scenes entailed her being buried alive. Luckily though, she didn’t have to act like she wasn’t bothered by it.



She screamed bloody murder and looked, quite realistically, like she was going insane. Because that was exactly what was happening. “There was no acting required, real screams available. It was horrific. You don’t want to have that experience,” Thurman recalled.

12. Cameron Diaz

The kryptonite for this Charlie’s Angel is germs. Diaz has been diagnosed with OCD and cleans on a regular basis. Her arch-nemesis? Doorknobs. Everyone touches them multiple times daily, contaminating them with germs, but without them, the door just doesn’t open.



So what does she do? Diaz uses her elbows. Although, if she wanted to, she could probably hire a staff of door openers to do it for her. But don’t worry too much. Diaz has stated that she has been doing better in controlling her OCD and she doesn’t let it affect her acting. Those on-screen kisses can’t be easy for her, though.

13. Tyra Banks

Tyra dedicated an entire episode of her talk show to her unique and surprising phobia: the fear of dolphins. The episode featured Tyra sobbing dramatically while trying to get in a pool with a dolphin. In the end, it didn’t happen.



“The fear is not over. I’ve gotten a little past it, but there is something that still lives inside me,” Tyra said. The supermodel has had an intense fear of sea mammals. To be fair, dolphins do have sharp teeth and while they are known to be mostly friendly animals, there have been attacks on humans.

14. Kylie Minogue

Pop star Kylie Minogue has a rather odd phobia: a phobia of clothes hangers. She was asked in an interview about her wardrobe and she stated that all of her clothes are neatly laid out. Not on hangers. She apparently doesn’t like to touch them, hear them, and dislikes the way they hide her shoes in the closet.

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“The problem is I hate putting things on hangers. I have a hanger phobia – I don’t like the way they sound when you put them in the wardrobe,” the singer replied when asked about the objects. She reportedly does not have one single hanger in any of her multiple houses.

15. Britney Spears

The last thing you would expect from a woman who so famously draped a giant boa constrictor over her shoulders as she shimmied onstage is a fear of snakes. But Britney Spears indeed suffers from herpetophobia, a fear of all reptiles.


She mostly fears large snakes and lizards. When asked how she managed to perform with the snake she said that while she is “totally scared of snakes” the thought of such a performance was just too cool to pass up and her excitement overcame her fear.

16. Kim Kardashian

If you scroll through photos of Kim Kardashian you might notice something odd. She rarely smiles. That’s because she believes smiling will give her wrinkles, her ultimate fear. She jokingly tweeted a post about it along with a picture of her smiling.



The reality TV socialite has also stated that bad paparazzi photos have given her a “full phobia” and body dysmorphia. In order to avoid people taking her picture, she says that she prefers to just stay at home. “I just am in the house so much that I get so freaked out if anyone like, looks at me,” she said.

17. Sheryl Crow

Musician Sheryl Crow is sadly not afraid of crows. She has a crippling fear of heights. For many, this fear, known as acrophobia, goes far beyond the dislike of standing on top of a skyscraper or mountain. It can even include day to day activities like being in an elevator or on an escalator.



Crow has also stated that she is afraid of “scary noises.” Which is why she refuses to listen to her own music (just kidding). She hasn’t elaborated on what exactly she means by “scary noises” but it’s safe to assume she is referring to loud, sudden sounds that you might hear in a horror film.

18. Madonna

She’s the Queen of Pop and a cultural icon but just like every human, she has at least one fear. Madonna just can’t weather a storm. She has a fear of thunder and lightning, or astraphobia. Interestingly, both humans and animals can suffer from this phobia.

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People with a fear of thunder and lightning generally take an extreme interest in the weather and stay alert to any incoming storms. In extreme cases, this phobia can eventually lead to a fear of leaving the house. Experts say that astraphobia is the third most prevalent phobia in the US.

19. Heidi Klum

This German supermodel has some very interesting good luck charms: her own teeth. She carries a small bag of her baby teeth with her everywhere she travels. Klum confessed in an interview that she “doesn’t like to advertise it,” partially because she is afraid of losing them.


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“I did show somebody once and it [the bag of teeth] fell under the seat and the flight attendant came over and he’s like, ‘Can I help you?’ and I was like, ‘Yeah, I’m just looking for my teeth,’” Klum recalled. She added that it would be bad luck to leave them on a plane.

20. Nicki Minaj

Rapper Nicki Minaj will be taking the stairs because she is terrified of escalators. She once caused a scene at an NBA event when she refused to take an escalator. Minaj hasn’t spoken publicly about the phobia so we’re not sure how it developed.



On the other hand, you should also be aware of a phobia called meloshitiphobia, which is a fear of Nicki Minaj. But that one is probably a bit less scientific than most phobias and more research is still needed. On a side note, who had the job of coming up with that name?

21. Taylor Swift

Pop star Taylor Swift has a superstition surrounding the number 13. “I was born on the 13th. I turned 13 on Friday the 13th. My first album went gold in 13 weeks. My first #1 song had a 13-second intro,” Swift told MTV.



She added that she even paints the number 13 on her hands before performances for luck and never misses any 13 opportunities in life. The singer partially credits the number for all of her success, but we’re sure that had nothing to do with it.

22. Christina Ricci

Remember that killer plant from Little Shop of Horrors? Welcome to Christina Ricci’s worst nightmare. She suffers from an odd type of botanophobia specific to indoor plants only. Everything has its place in life and for Ricci, plants clearly belong outside in nature.


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Common symptoms of botanophobia are panic, sweating, trembling and rapid pulse rates. “They are dirty. If I have to touch one, after already being repulsed by the fact that there is a plant indoors, then it just freaks me out,” Ricci stated.

23. Fran Drescher

Fran Drescher is known for her distinctively nasal voice, but what you might not have known, is that she claims to have been abducted by aliens. She opened up about her experience in an interview in 2012. She believed that her then-husband Peter Marc Jacobson had also been abducted.



According to the actress, the two were “programmed to meet.” Jacobson disagreed with her conclusion. The couple eventually divorced in 1999. Not because of aliens though. It was because he is gay. If our UFO visitors are trying their hands (or tentacles) at matchmaking, they have some work to do.

24. Cher

The iconic “Goddess of Pop” once temporarily developed an intense fear of flying, or aerophobia, causing delays on tour. While she was on a plane, there was a frightening incident where the aircraft’s engine overheated and was forced to return to New Jersey.



Mechanics on the tarmac fixed the issue and called for the passengers to re-board. But Cher wasn’t having it. She opted to travel all the way to Canada’s Atlantic region by train. “I just didn’t want to get back on the same exact airplane and the same exact flight.” Cher stated in an interview that her phobia lasted “just for a day” but that the experience did give her nightmares.

25. Adele

Adele has a voice that is larger than life. But long before her career took off, at the tender age of nine, she developed a phobia of a certain animal. That fear has followed her menacingly ever since. That fear is of seagulls.



In an interview, she recalled her horrifying experience with the winged-beasts: “I was walking down the promenade in Tenby eating [an ice cream], when this huge f***ing seagull came down and swiped it off me… I thought it was going to take me away with it.”

26. Serena Williams

Serena Williams is one of the best tennis players in the world but she didn’t get there by hard work and dedication alone. She also had the help of supernatural forces. She refuses to change her socks until the entire tournament is over.


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For those who are counting, the Wimbledon tournament is 14 days long. Those have got to be some stinky socks. Maybe she wins because the competition is just blinded by the horrific smell. Well, whatever she is doing, it’s working. The spirits are pleased.

27. Helen Mirren

Anyone looking to get in touch with the invincible Dame Helen Mirren can call her people, she has a very strong phobia of phones. In fact, this Oscar-winner goes out of her way to not answer calls and refuses to return them.



“I’m very frightened of the phone. It just makes me so nervous. I will always avoid picking it up if I can,” Mirren said. She also championed the invention of the answering machine, calling it “amazing.” Certainly, life has gotten much easier for Mirren since text messaging has gone into mass use.

28. Oprah Winfrey

Want to stay on Oprah’s good side? Then never, ever chew gum. The kind and charismatic Queen of All Media has said that she HATES gums and that it makes her sick. It is rumored that gum is banned from her production studio.



Oprah’s “chiclephobia” developed early in life. She says that her grandmother used to save her own chewed gum and stick it on furniture. The young Oprah was always terrified of touching them. Later in life, a guest of Oprah’s stuck their gum onto a dinner plate which Oprah promptly threw away.

29. Kyra Sedgwick

Kyra Sedgwick has such a strong phobia of talking food that it almost ended her marriage with Kevin Bacon. Out of compassion for her, Bacon had to turn down a well-paying gig for an M&Ms commercial because he would have played a talking M&M.



Bacon, reflecting on the decision, said that he thinks Sedgwick would have left him if he hadn’t turned it down. According to him, she is terrified of talking food and will leave the room when certain commercials come on TV.

30. Whoopi Goldberg

Whoopi Goldberg witnessed a mid-air collision from her balcony in San Diego, and ever since, she has had an extreme phobia of flying. For over three decades she has suffered from her phobia and even took a course from Virgin Atlantic in attempt to relieve some of the stress.



Goldberg has admitted that the course has helped her a bit but that she still felt that she shouldn’t be in the air flying. “I should be rolling in my bus,” the actress said. Goldberg admitted that for decades she would travel back and forth from Los Angeles to New York on a private bus. The trip would take around 23 hours with drivers working in shifts.

31. Billy Bob Thornton

This actor-filmmaker has one of the most interesting phobias we were able to find. Thornton is afraid of antique furniture. He says that he gets creeped out, can’t breathe and even can’t eat around antique furniture. He has been diagnosed with OCD.



Thornton won’t even eat with cutlery made out of real silver. But apparently he isn’t creeped out by all antique furniture, he clarified that American stuff is mostly fine, the problem is “French — you know, like the big, old, gold-carved chairs with the velvet cushions. The Louis XIV type.” He can also spot an imitation antique a mile away and says he has no problem with those.

32. Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber dyed his hair platinum blond in 2015 not because of some fashion trend, but because of his strong belief in superstitions. The artist surrounded himself in all things platinum in the hopes that his upcoming album would… go platinum.



A source close to Bieber said, “He is very superstitious, and he honestly believes if he thinks about something, it will come true.” And yes, if you were wondering, that album did indeed go platinum. It was because of the hair because there can’t be any other explanation.

33. Johnny Depp

Few people like clowns. But Johnny Depp just can’t stand them and has a rather unusual technique for dealing with his phobia: reverse-psychology. “I have this fear of clowns. So I think that if I surround myself with them it will ward off all evil,” Depp said.



“Something about the painted face, the fake smile. There always seemed to be a darkness lurking just under the surface, a potential for real evil,” he added. Playing the Mad Hatter in Alice in Wonderland couldn’t have been easy for the actor.

34. Woody Allen

Woody Allen may be known as an amazing standup comedian and a brilliant film-maker but he is also known for being quite the eccentric. He has undergone over 37 years of psychoanalysis and suffers from a fear of… well, almost everything.



To name a few, Allen is afraid of small spaces, animals, heights, cancer, crowds, insects, bright colors, peanut butter sticking to the roof of his mouth and more. He has publicly admitted that he is neurotic and Reuters even quoted him as saying “I cut my banana into seven slices every morning before I put it in my cereal.”

35. Sean “Diddy” Combs

On top of an intense fear of clowns, Diddy also suffers from a rather bizarre fear of feet. The famous rapper even goes further to specify that his worst fear is of long second toes, a condition known as Morton’s toe that is relatively common.



His fear is so intense he won’t even consider dating a woman with a long second toe. “I somehow see the toe on the first date – it’s mandatory. I may not go for a kiss, but I’m definitely going to see if that second toe is long,” Diddy stated in an interview on the Tonight Show.

36. Orlando Bloom

People commonly fear certain animals such as dogs or cats or some other animal that’s could be considered dangerous but Orlando Bloom fears pigs. People with a fear of pigs can experience panic or anxiety attacks just by being in close proximity to a pig and generally dislike eating pork.



During the filming of Kingdom of Heaven, a pig reportedly was running loose on set one day and witnesses say that Bloom “turned and ran like crazy.” Some reports also say that Bloom may pass up an acting role in a film remake of George Orwell’s Animal Farm, as actors have to interact with animals, including pigs.

37. Justin Timberlake

Justin Timberlake and his mother moved to Orlando, Florida early in life when he became a Mouseketeer. Being close to the ocean, he frequented the beach regularly. That is, until he developed an intense fear of what lurks underneath the water.



“We started going to Cocoa Beach every weekend. All of a sudden sharks started to attack. I was afraid to go back into the water,” Timberlake said. Apart from his fear of sharks, (we get it, sharks are terrifying), he also has a serious fear of spiders.

38. Matthew McConaughey

Revolving doors can, at times, be a convenience. But every once in a while you come across a revolving door that spins just a tad too fast for comfort or the entrance is just a bit too narrow. Or there are the non-automatic revolving doors that always come with some jerk pushing too fast right behind you.



Actor Matthew McConaughey fears scenarios just like these. He has stated that he feels trapped inside revolving doors, worrying that once you enter, you are doomed to eternal spin-nation. Well, we hate to tell him, but the threat is real. Thankfully there is always a regular door situated not far from the revolving door because you know, fire codes and all.

39. David Bowie

Rock star David Bowie practically lived in the supernatural during parts of his life. At one point during the ’70s, he truly believed that witches were trying to steal his semen. How did he beat the paranoia? By retaliating with his own witchcraft, of course.



Bowie was severely paranoid at the time due to drug abuse and lack of sleep. He reportedly went without sleep for weeks at a time. According to the musician, he was hallucinating 24 hours a day at some points. He eventually employed the help of an exorcist to rid him of the dark forces surrounding him.

40. Michael Jackson

The King of Pop spent decades crisscrossing the globe for performances but that didn’t stop airplanes from driving him crazy. MJ was terrified of flying and also had a phobia of dogs, ghosts, getting fat, bacteria and dying the same way as Elvis Presley.



Jackson allegedly wore masks often to avoid contact with germs. Mysophobia, or the fear of bacteria, is a pathological fear of contamination. It is frequently associated with an obsession with hand-washing. The author Gotham Chopra reportedly helped MJ overcome his fear of dogs, however.

41. Keanu Reeves

Keanu Reeves’ fear may come as a surprise. He maintains that to this day, he is afraid of the dark. But he does insist that it’s “in a real philosophical way” and not in the way that little kids are afraid of monsters in the dark.

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Sigmund Freud has described the fear of darkness as a manifestation of separation anxiety disorder. Sadly, Reeves’ experienced a number of traumatic events while growing up, so such a phobia certainly makes sense. Read on, the next celebrity phobia will shock you.

42. Alfred Hitchcock

The Master of Suspense, Alfred Hitchcock had a decidedly odd relationship with food. So much so that he had a phobia of eggs, certainly an odd phobia. “I’m frightened of eggs, worse than frightened, they revolt me,” Hitchcock once said.



To be specific, he said that he was disturbed that the egg white was round without any holes and that the liquid yellow yolk was horrific. He claimed that he had never tasted it. He was also frightened of his own movies. “I never go to see them. I don’t know how people can bear to watch my movies.”

43. Robert De Niro

Now here’s a phobia almost everyone can probably relate to: dentophobia, which is an intense fear of going to the dentist. De Niro has stated that he personally believes that the equipment used at the dentist “can and will cause diseases.”


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De Niro’s reasoning behind the fear is a bit out there, as there is no evidence of equipment contamination. Generally, people suffer anxiety and fear of the pain associated with going to the dentist. Experts say that around 75% of adults have a fear of going to the dentist.

44. Daniel Radcliffe

Daniel Radcliffe is just one more celebrity that won’t be visiting a circus anytime soon. He has a phobia of clowns, also known as coulrophobia. The phobia isn’t recognized by the World Health Organization or the American Psychiatric Association as an actual disorder, but for those who fear clowns, it is very real indeed.



Strangely, Radcliffe played a clown in the movie Victor Frankenstein. That must not have been easy for him! Experts believe that the phobia is relatively new, possibly developed around the 1980s due to Stephen King’s It or a 1978 serial killer known as the Killer Clown. It’s estimated that around 12% of US adults suffer from an intense fear of clowns, making the phobia quite common.

45. Megan Fox… Again

Megan Fox is a firm believer in all things supernatural. Not the TV show, but ghosts, aliens, and her biggest obsession: Big Foot. Fox never misses an opportunity to share her beliefs and facts about Big Foot. Just check out her numerous interviews.



Apart from the supernatural, she also listens to Britney Spears when she flies so she won’t die. Fox claims that it’s not her destiny to die listening to a Britney Spears album. Ergo, as long as Brit is playing, Fox isn’t dying.

46. James McAvoy

If you’re the first person James McAvoy sees on the first of the month, then there’s a chance that he will tell you “white rabbit.” According to McAvoy, he picked up the habit from his grandmother. It might sound odd, but it’s a fairly common superstition in the UK and some parts of North America.



According to the superstition, if you say “white rabbit” to the first person you see on the first of the month, then you will have good luck for the entirety of that month. Rabbits are commonly believed to be good luck in superstitions, such as with the gruesome rabbit’s foot superstition.

47. Ronald Reagan

Prior to becoming president of the United States, Ronald Reagan had a close encounter with some aliens. Well, with a UFO at least. The incident occurred in 1974 on board a plane in California. Those on board the flight spotted a strange object behind them, then it quickly accelerated, elongated and flew straight up.



According to Reagan, “It was a bright white light. We followed it to Bakersfield, and all of a sudden to our utter amazement it went straight up into the heavens.” At the time, Reagan didn’t realize that he was speaking to a reporter and immediately “clammed up” after finding out.

48. Christian Bale

Actor Christian Bale has a firm disbelief in superstitions, leading him to defy them on purpose. This superstition provoker will go out of his way to step on those cracks, open an umbrella inside and walk under ladders. “I do all that stuff,” he defiantly said.

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Bale never misses an opportunity to tempt the fates and we would expect nothing less from the avenger of the night. “I walk under ladders, I do all that stuff. I do it on purpose. I like provoking superstitions,” the actor proudly stated.

49. David Beckham

World famous soccer star David Beckham suffers from a phobia called ataxophobia, a fear of disorder. Certainly a taxing phobia for anyone, but especially so for a parent of four children. It doesn’t appear that the disorder has affected his personal or professional life to any degree.



“I have to have everything in a straight line or everything has to be in pairs. I’ll put my Pepsi cans in the fridge and if there’s one too many then I’ll put it in another cupboard somewhere,” Beckham said.

50. Tom Cruise

Tom Cruise fears what almost all men fear: baldness. He reportedly has an intense fear of losing his hair and started using Rogaine at a young age in an attempt to avoid it. The actor is known for having a good, full head of hair and it looks like he’s willing to do anything to keep it.



According to the Daily Telegraph, staff are “never allowed” to touch Cruise’s hair unless it is in private. We wish the talented actor the best of luck trying to hold on to his hair. The older you get, the less you have. Best not to stress about it.

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