Looking for a holiday gift for the celebrity in your life?
It’s not easy to shop for someone who has free designer clothing and jewelry thrown his or her way on a regular basis — which is why FOXNews.com put together this handy guide for friends and family of the famous.
Here’s a look at what might bring a smile to some of the world’s most recognizable faces:
She certainly doesn't need collagen filler for her famously kissable lips, but Angelina Jolie’s puffy pout could certainly benefit from Benefit Cosmetics' Lipscription, a $32 exfoliator and balm set. After all, kissing four kids good night and smooching Brad Pitt might put some strain on that million-dollar mouth.
The "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star is best known for her bodacious bottom, so helping her protect her famous wiggle from any excess jiggle is a gift that can keep on giving.
Xflowsion, Hollywood's latest exercise craze, is a combination of dance, yoga and martial arts. Best booty rival Jessica Biel is a fan of Xflowsion's sexy workout, but if Kim gets moving, Jessica just might have to watch her back! Available on DVD for about $60 at Xflowsion.com.
Panties for the pop tart's stocking are so last year, so why not try to class up the lass with a membership to Murray's Cheese of the Month Club? ($550 a year).
It's time to put down the Cheetos, Brit, and start appreciating dairy that is not made from artificial colors and preservatives.
With Nicole Richie gearing up for motherhood and Britney running in and out of court (and red lights), this hotel heiress might be a little lonely these days. So we think a brand new friend would be the perfect gift for Paris.
Rentapal.com's professional buddy "Paul" is available for weekly chats about Prada's new runway collection, advice on how to get Tinkerbell wee wee pad-trained and so much more.
For $49.95 a month, Paul will go as far as sending the celebutante holiday and birthday cards as well as flowers and gifts.
He has his own plane, casino, water, vodka and television show. So perhaps the only gift this go-getter needs is a tender moment to reflect on all he's accomplished.
"Chicken Soup for the Entrepreneur's Soul," $14.95, is a mixture of success stories, advice and optimism, which will undoubtedly bring a smirk to Trump's face, as he is probably more successful than all the book's contributing writers combined.
Oprah's couch might be cushy, but what this bouncy Romeo needs is a way to spring into love at any given moment.
Enter Nickelodeon's Moon Shoes, $29.88 at Wal-Mart. These flighty, strap-on shoes will instantly turn Tom's Italian loafers into trampolines. "Mission Earth" by L. Ron Hubbard not included.
This hunky humanitarian is so seemingly perfect that all we could think to get him was a mirror. The fogless Travel Mirror from 1ststoptravelstore.com, $11.99, is ideal for checking oneself out, whether you're lounging on the beach in L.A. or Namibia. After all, beauty knows no borders.
It’s not that much of a hassle shopping for "the Hoff." The former "Baywatch" star and judge of "America's Got Talent" sports a chest so shiny, his secret beauty weapon just might be Crisco.
Help keep his famous pecs supple with The Body Shop's Olive Body Butter, $20, a rich jar of paste perfect for locking in moisture, which is a necessity for this tan man as he rarely buttons his shirts up all the way.
This holiday season, give the fresh-out-of-rehab starlet a gift that might actually keep her out of trouble: a chic, black coffee backpack with monogrammed napkins, $60 from preppymonograms.com.
Armed with her own coffee kit, the former teen queen can avoid the egg nog bowl and stay high on caffeine all night long.
Even if the closest you will ever come to Brad Pitt or Angelina Jolie is renting "Mr. and Mrs. Smith," we think the leading lady or leading man in your life is sure to appreciate these star-worthy gifts — OK, maybe not the rent-a-pal.