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6 Destinations Made More Popular By Celebrities
George Clooney and Lake Como, Italy
George Clooney bought an 18th-century lakeside villa here in 2001, and it's been a tourist hotspot ever since. According to the Daily Beast, the actor has an egg-throwing contraption that wards off paparazzi and other gawkers.
French sexpot Brigitte Bardot famously vacationed in Saint Tropez on the French Riviera, but she's also credited with popularizing the resort town of Armação dos Búzios in Brazil during the 1960s. Townspeople are so happy with the tourism surge they erected a statue in the starlet's honor.
Elvis Presley and Hawaii
It's no secret Elvis loved Hawaii. From his first visit in the 1950s, it remained his favorite vacation destination. Elvis made three movies there, including the immensely popular "Blue Hawaii." It's also the setting of the first broadcast concert via satellite, "Aloha from Hawaii," which Elvis starred in.
Sir Richard Branson and Necker Island, British Virgin Isles
Sure, he owns the island, but he also made it a popular vacation spot. Famous names like Steven Spielberg, Mel Gibson, Oprah Winfrey, Harrison Ford and Pamela Anderson have all visited at one time or another. For those that can afford to go to Necker Island, it's ultra-luxe accommodations and private submarine make it one of the ultimate destinations.
Britney Spears and Turtle Island, Fiji
Britney Spears and Kevin Federline famously vacationed to this private island after their marriage in 2005. It was also the honeymoon locale for Nick Lachey and Jessica Simpson. Both marriages ended in divorce, but the island still remains one of the most sought-after (and priciest) honeymoon destinations.
Jay-Z & Beyonce and Cuba
This is just a projection, but earlier this year Jay-Z and Beyonce visited Cuba to celebrate their fifth wedding anniversary. As travel restrictions become more loose, it's likely more Americans will want to follow in their footsteps.