11 Celebrities Whose Personal Records You Don't Want to Break

11 Celebrities Whose Personal Records You Don't Want to Break

It is often said that celebrities have it all - fame, fortune, and a life of luxury. But there are some celebrities who have gone to extreme lengths to achieve their success - self-deprivation and/or self-harm. From Adele's drinking during lockdown to Bill Werbeniuk's beer-fueled snooker success to The Rock's 27-year candy-free streak, these 12 celebrities have achieved feats that are nothing short of stunning. 

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In this list, we will explore the stories of these celebrities and their remarkable achievements. From Nat King Cole's amazingly heavy smoking (well, by modern standards, anyway) to Usain Bolt's 1,000 Chicken McNuggets to Eminem's near-death experience, these celebrities have pushed the boundaries of what is possible and have made an indelible mark on our culture. 

So, without further ado, let us dive into the world of self-deprivation and self-harm by extremely famous people, and explore the stories of these 12 celebrities who have achieved the unimaginable (and usually the very, very undesirable).

"Breathtaking" achievement.

CRACKED DAVID BLAINE David Blaine broke a world record for holding his breath underwater on Oprah's show - he didn't breathe for over 17 minutes, beating the previous record of 16 minutes and 32 seconds set in Switzerland.

Reuters / Stubhub 

Eminem: "Almost died" from pills.

CRACKED EMINEM Eminem almost died after taking too many pills that he got from someone he knew. My doctor told me the amount of methadone I'd taken was equivalent to shooting up four bags of heroin. Even when they told me I almost died, it didn't click, he said. WANGOL

MTV / People 

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