We've all had fantasies about celebrities, but would you really want to invite them to your bedroom?
Recently, Kris Jenner, the "momager" behind the Kardashian clan and reality star of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians," has been named the official spokesperson for Zestra Essential Arousal Oils, or "female Viagra" for short.
In the next 10 years, the number of sex-related products could increase to 400 million worldwide because of celebrity 'endorsements,' according to a study in the Daily Mail.
And all celebrities have to do is talk about sex. Teri Hatcher, Eva Longoria and Halle Berry have all praised their sex toys and Cameron Diaz also told Jimmy Kimmel about her love of porn. These simple words are just enough to boost sales of pleasure products.
Celebrities have endorsed everything from drinks to clothing lines, but when it comes sex products, most of them are hush-hush. Here are the few brave souls who weren't shy to let us into their bedrooms.
They say reading helps your imagination. Now picture reading about someone's personal sex life -- Jenny McCarthy's sex life, specifically. In McCarthy's, "Belly Laughs: The Naked Truth About Pregnancy and Childbirth," she salutes her pocket rocket to her orgasms, her "O-Yeahs," during pregnancy.
With an explicit album entitled "Doggystyle", we're not really surprised this rapper decided to create his own adult film. In 2001, Snoop partnered with Hustler to direct "Snoop Dogg's Doggystyle" that later received a "Top Selling Release of the Year" award at the 2002 Adult Film Awards.
Reality star Kandi Burruss of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta," recently launched her own sex toy and product line, "Bedroom Kandi."
Let's just say this woman is all about convenience. Her pink-coated sex toys not only look like items in your makeup bag, they're meant to charge on your laptop.
Stay safe kids. In 2010, this rock star knew she wanted her little monsters to be safe, so she teamed up with designer Jeremy Scott to to produce her own condom collection.
The queen of home decor obviously should know a thing or two about the bedroom. Stewart once told Howard Stern she was excited with her, "new $1,200 vibrator." As it turns out, the vibrator she was talking about is the classic Thumper (not Bambi) and it usually retails for $13.
Well, this is kind of cute. Britain's biggest boy band JLS teamed up with Durex Condoms to raise awareness about sexual health and safe sex. Oh and don't worry, this line is slightly thicker, with extra lubrication.
The woman likes garbage bags, glitter and waking up in bathtubs. With this wild lifestyle, we're not surprised Ke$sha teamed up with Lifestyle to have her own custom condom line. Here's the catch: her face would be on the wrapper$ and she doesn't really have a guarantee for pregnancy prevention -- she told the BBC, "If it breaks, you have to name you daughter or son after me."
When he doesn't want you to lick his lollipop, rapper 50 Cent was once rumoured to be releasing a sex toy line -- to reflect his own manhood. The blue vibrator would also be waterproof -- at least the man was thinking outside the box.
Somebody decided to take former Eurythmics bandmate Dave Stewart's "Little Steel Tonight" a little too seriously. This branded version of the Jimmyjane vibrator, encircled with a band of 28 round-cut black diamonds and personalized messages, works best while listening to the song.
In 2009 drummer Phil Varone signed into rehab -- for his sex addiction. It only makes sense, then, that afterwards Varone would launch his own sex toy line including everything from a pierced dildo to "rock hard" nipple clamps.