Adam Lambert has reportedly insured his voice for $47 million.
Yes, the American Idol runner-up with only two records to his name thinks his vocal chords are worth just that much.
According to The Sunday Mirror, the singers management decided to take out a policy last week. A source told the paper, "Insurance for stars is a big deal in the US and Adam's voice is his bacon. He had it insured last week.”
To keep things in perspective Bruce Springsteen and Rod Stewart have both insured their voices for $6 million.
Dolly Parton was one of the original stars to protect her assets. She allegedly insured her famous 40DD chest for $587,000.
The 30-year-old ‘If I Had You’ singer has a string of promotional appearances scheduled. Earlier this month he told fans via Twitter that he will be touring in support of his latest LP Trespassing "when the time is right".