7 Weird things found in celebrity homes

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    You could say Kanye West’s modern L.A. mansion has a pop art motif. Or you could say he’s a guy with a giant teddy bear in his office.
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    Model train tracks run through the bedroom of Nicolas Cage’s now foreclosed Bel Air mansion. Did we mention, those tracks are on the ceiling?

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    Most celebrities have massive pools in their back yard. Celine Dion? She has a water park.

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    Penn Gillette’s Las Vegas home, affectionally dubbed “The Slammer”, features a relaxing koi pond in the shape of a Goldfish snack.

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    Before Jennifer Aniston became his roommate, Justin Theroux furnished his apartment with lots of dead deer.

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    Theroux also believed medical models of mouths truly made a house a home.

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    Christina Aguilera’s beauty secret: a full-service salon in her mansion.

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