10 A-Listers Who Never Leave Their Homes (10 Who Are On Permanent Vacation)

| October 12, 2018

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If there's one thing we love more than reading about celebrities, it's reading about celebrities and their travels around the world. Generally, due to their work or many events, celebrities travel a lot. If it is work-related, then we are extra jealous because they not only get to go to exotic locations, they get paid for it. If it's for a vacation then we are still super envious. If you have an Instagram, you will have found out that celebrities have some of the best, most luxurious looking vacations in existence.

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