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Mariah Carey needed '6 grown men' to carry her couture, plus more of the craziest examples from 2021 of how stars are nothing like us

Wonderwall Logo By Wonderwall.com Editors of Wonderwall | Slide 1 of 81: Wonderwall.com rounded up all the ways celebrities proved they're nothing like the rest of us in 2021 -- from dropping insane amounts of money to acting in ways that just wouldn't fly outside of Hollywood -- starting with this story that will make your jaw drop... On the Dec. 3 episode of "Lorraine," Mariah Carey revealed that the gold Dolce & Gabbana gown she dons in her new Apple TV+ holiday special, "Mariah's Christmas: The Magic Continues," weighed around 60 pounds. "It required six grown men to carry the train of that dress to get me down the stairs," she said, according to Page Six, joking that she sometimes has five or six grown men on hand to help her with her couture depending "on the beading." She also told Vogue of the hefty gown, "The dress itself took 250 hours to bead. … Everybody was like, 'Oh, she's exaggerating [about the weight],' until they held it for two seconds. The beading is not your average beading. The stones themselves were gigantic, but they still looked beautiful and shined. It was magnificent, but it hurt like a mother to wear it." Beauty is pain, darling!Now keep reading for more proof that stars were nothing like us in 2021...

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Wonderwall.com rounded up all the ways celebrities proved they're nothing like the rest of us in 2021 -- from dropping insane amounts of money to acting in ways that just wouldn't fly outside of Hollywood -- starting with this story that will make your jaw drop... On the Dec. 3 episode of "Lorraine," Mariah Carey revealed that the gold Dolce & Gabbana gown she dons in her new Apple TV+ holiday special, "Mariah's Christmas: The Magic Continues," weighed around 60 pounds. "It required six grown men to carry the train of that dress to get me down the stairs," she said, according to Page Six, joking that she sometimes has five or six grown men on hand to help her with her couture depending "on the beading." She also told Vogue of the hefty gown, "The dress itself took 250 hours to bead. … Everybody was like, 'Oh, she's exaggerating [about the weight],' until they held it for two seconds. The beading is not your average beading. The stones themselves were gigantic, but they still looked beautiful and shined. It was magnificent, but it hurt like a mother to wear it." Beauty is pain, darling!

Now keep reading for more proof that stars were nothing like us in 2021...

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