Do you live your life paying attention to the supernatural? You're not alone, in fact some of the world's biggest superstars have their own quirks and beliefs that some people find a little odd, but they totally swear by.
Check out these celebrities and see if you share any interesting superstitions!
The former Beatles member and world-renown songwriter keeps his eyes to the skies when walking down the lane.
"Probably the only thing I'm superstitious about is magpies,"� he admits. "Living in the country I see a lot of them. You see one and you spit or salute. I happen to spit.
We loved her in Friends but this TV star never revealed her weird ritual for boarding airplanes until after the show ended.
"If I walk onto an airplane, I always have to go on with my right foot first and tap the outside of the plane. I have always done it. For luck," she says. "Someone told me to do it, and I don't remember when that was. But it's kind of stuck."
If most of us saw a black cat, or open ladder, we'd do our best to avoid it. Not so with famous actor Christian Bale. He likes to provoke the dark forces by compulsively pushing his luck.
"I do all that stuff. I do it on purpose,"� he says.
Sometimes, some people's superstitions can actually affect their performance...
The actor keeps all of his charms below the belt. Specifically, a belt that his father gave him, that he had spent over $3,000 to restore over the years. He's also got some briefs that he thinks help him with roles.
"I wear shamrock shorts for luck on the first day of filming any movie," he says. "I've worn the same pair for about seven films."
This one might be the weirdest, or the sweetest. Klum admits that she always has a little bag with her that she thinks brings her fortune.
"I carry around a little bag of my teeth," she said."We don't have a tooth fairy (in Germany), so I put them in a little bag. Little ones, big ones. Those were like, wisdom ones."
The star of Atonement might get on some people's nerves with his superstitious habit.
"On the first day of every month I have to say 'white rabbit' to the first person I see." Strange!