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14 Strange Celeb Hobbies That Will Make You Question Your Favorite Stars

Ever wonder what celebrities do to pass the time? Well, we looked into it, and it's pretty damn bizarre.

Shailene Woodley

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Shailene Woodley has taken self-sufficiency to a whole new level. The actress sticks to a pretty strict organic lifestyle, even going so far as to make her own medicine, toothpaste, body lotions, and cheese! She told US Weekly: "It's appealing to my soul."

Taylor Swift

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With her exciting, fast-paced lifestyle you wouldn't expect Taylor Swift to spend her time making snow globes, but she's been known to get together with her super cool posse and craft holiday-themed globes, proudly displaying many on her Insta page.

Mila Kunis

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While lots of people play video games as a pastime, Mila Kunis has openly admitted to being thoroughly obsessed with World of Warcraft. The game ended up consuming so much of her time, though, that she had to force herself to retire!

Amy Adams

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Knitting is absolutely not just for grandmas anymore! On the set of Doubt, Amy Adams learned to knit from Meryl Streep! We'll do anything at all Meryl teaches us.

Mike Tyson

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In 2011, Mike Tyson's series Taking on Tyson explored one of his lifetime hobbies: pigeon racing. Tyson grew up raising and breeding pigeons in Brownsville, Brooklyn, before he became the world-renowned famous boxer we all know today!

Angelina Jolie

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Knives have always been a huge fascination of Angelina Jolie's. The Mr. and Mrs. Smith actress even admitted to using them during her first sexual relationship, telling 20/20: "I got my knives out and there was a night where we attacked each other." Jolie still collects old knives from around the world, but obviously keeps them locked tightly away from her children!

Seth Myers

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As an avid comic book collector, it must have been a dream come true when Seth Myers got to write one himself. In 2009, the actor/comedian was a guest co-writer on a one-time, special issue of Marvel Comics' Spider-Man.

Leslie Mann

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Known for her wacky characters, actress Leslie Mann can be just as quirky off-screen. Mann has been riding unicycles since she was a kid, and she might just be ready for the circus, telling Oprah Magazine: "Now I can do all kinds of tricks, like cycling backward and jumping off curbs."

Simon Cowell

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Clearly, in touch with his inner child, Simon Cowell likes to climb trees and watch cartoons. Not just any cartoon will suffice, however, as he has a strong affinity toward retro cartoons including The Flintstones and The Jetsons which he watches every morning from the bathtub to put him in a good mood!

Steve Martin

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Steve Martin has seriously done his part in dispelling the hillbilly stigma associated with strumming the banjo. An avid banjo player for most of his life, the comedian learned how to play as a child and even won a Grammy for his debut banjo album in 2009.Who knew?!

Johnny Depp

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Depending on how weird you think Johnny Depp is, it may or may not surprise you to learn about his habit of playing with dolls. The actor said he used to test out and shape his various characters during playtime with his daughter Lily-Rose until she got tired of it, telling Jimmy Kimmel: "I've got a lot of Barbies in storage."

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