20 Ways to Ring in 2017 If You're Famous and Have Unlimited Funds
Honestly, I'm not incredibly sad to see 2016 go. So, this year's New Year's Eve celebration is going to be extra special.
In order to get a little inspiration for how to ring in the New Year, I've taken a look back at how some of my favorite celebrities celebrated the ball drop in the past -- and, let me tell you, not even the rich and famous are immune to the lovable cheesiness of the holiday.
Happy New Year!
20 Ways to Ring In 2017 If You're Famous and Have Unlimited Funds:
Wear a sparkly romper.
Take photos in your photo booth.
Celebrate with 1 million pounds of confetti.
4. Rebel Wilson
Get a cool hat.
Post throwback photos with your "Scream Queens" co-stars.
6. Demi Lovato
Go to Times Square.
Perform at Times Square.
8. Kim and Kourtney Kardashian
Drink champagne, take selfies and play Cards Against Humanity.
9. Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson
Make a list of funny goals.
10. Bella Thorne
Hang out with your cat.
11. Miranda Lambert
Drink your own champagne.
12. Miley Cyrus
Yeah, I don't know.
13. Jason Aldean
Hang out in front of the fire.
14. Ruby Rose and Taylor Swift
Celebrate with your fellow-celebrity friends.
15. Chrissy Teigen and John Legend
Go out on the town.
16. Sarah Jessica Parker
Buy a lot of little hats.
17. Chris Hemsworth
Hang out by your pool.
18. Behati Prinsloo
Hang out with a bunch of your fellow-celebrity friends.
19. Selena Gomez
Go on a nice vacation to the beach.
20. Taylor Swift and Sarah Hyland
Hang out with your fellow-celebrity friends, again.
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