Perhaps you've heard
about all of the crazy sponsorships celebrities are getting to simply show up to Coachella and wear clothes.
Glee actress Lea Michele is said to receive $20,000 from Lacoste to wear the French fashion label's clothes, while Spring Breakers star Vanessa Hudgens is getting paid $15,000 by McDonald's to attend the three-day event, reports New York Daily News. Since Lacoste and McDonald's are set to throw their own respective parties, it's likely their deals include attending those bashes.
But that's just the beginning! Our VIP tipster Bradley T. Paulson brings us a whole rash of super celebs who have gotten way crazier sponsorship deals.
Celebrity: Diplo (Above)
Brand: Amnesty International
For the benefit of human decency, Diplo is being paid to wear a shirt. Any shirt.
Celebrity: Gwyneth Paltrow
$15,000, plus the opportunity to design a new line of Earth-friendly, compost-lined Uggs.
Fresh from her break-up with Chris Martin, Paltrow, seeking to re-prove her hipness, has been spotted on the festival grounds wearing Uggs that go up to her armpits, while talking about drape design with Prince.
Celebrity: Wolf Blitzer
Greyhound Bus Lines
A free bus ride to the festival
Courtesy of the only brand going that's hotter than Blitzer himself, the CNN anchor will be arriving in style.
Celebrity: Robin Thicke
Summer's Eve Douche
Nobody has been understanding of douche than Robin Thicke
Celebrity: Danny DeVito
Brand: Marithé et François Girbaud Jeans
Pay: $25,000, plus a free belt.
DeVito's ass looks exquisite in '90s fashions
Celebrity: Chris Brown
The State of California / California Raisin Advisory Board
Less prison time
As part of a plea deal with the State of California, Brown has been walking around wearing a California Raisins costume. This may or may not be true. We heard it through the grapevine.
Celebrity: Pharrell Williams
The Russian Federation Tourism industry
$15,000 and a Crimean harem
Having realized what a hatwear trendsetter Pharrell has become, Putin is paying him to sport an authentic Russian babushka during the festival, made from the hide of the nearly-extinct Asiatic Black Bear. Hot in herre, indeed!
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