The Most Bizarre Things Celebrities Have Ever Trademarked

Celebrities may be incomprehensibly rich, but that doesn’t mean they can’t take opportunities to cash in even more. Some stars have gone so far as to trademark their most popular phrases, or even their own names — and you might not have ever known it.

These celebrities have trademarked the most bizarre things. However, not all of them have been successful in their attempts. From Taylor Swift (page 7) to Donald Trump (page 15), see which celebrities got their trademarks approved, and which failed.

1. Paris Hilton

Paris Hilton attends her "Paris Electric Christmas"

Paris Hilton | Jason Merritt/Getty Images

  • Trademarked: ‘That’s hot.’

If you’ve ever heard anyone say, “That’s hot,” you know you automatically think of Paris Hilton. It’s a good thing she trademarked the catchphrase in 2006, which was coined during her time starring on The Simple Life with Nicole Richie.

According to Business Insider, however, the trademark only applies to clothing and alcohol.

Next: He ended up suing Taco Bell over his trademark.

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