You may have laughed when Kim Kardashian launched her latest video game - but you won't be now.
The reality TV star is set to rake in a cool $200 million from her ventures this year meaning she's the one having the last laugh. But the 33-year-old socialite isn't the only celebrity putting her name to some strange products to make some cash.
It seems many stars are prepared to lend their image if it means getting a heap of dollars back in return. Everyone has a price as these celebrity endorsements go to show.
Long before Kim became an animated character, 50 Cent led the way.
In 2005, 50 Cent: Bulletproof was launched where gamers could play as the rapper in a shoot 'em up style adventure.
That's right, you can actually go out onto the streets of New York and go on a killing spree using his double.
The wannabe gangster had the idea for the product after turning down a chance to do a voice over for the popular Grand Theft Auto series.
After all was said and done, the game went towards his $140 million net worth.
KRIS JENNER & PEE PADS
Never one to keep her personal life private, the Kardashian matriarch turned a problem into an opportunity when she signed with Poise bladder leak packs.
Viewers watched the reality TV star suffer from LBL (light bladder leakage) on Keeping Up With The Kardashians, much to the amusement from her daughters.
Eventually she became the face of Poise and the cash started flowing into her bank account.
Shameless? The whole thing seemed like a plug for the show as much as for herself.
KESHA & CONDOMS
There are some things you wouldn't put your face next to - and condoms is certainly one of them.
But in 2011, Kesha was clearly thinking differently when she marketed a range of prophylactics.
The pack even included a picture of her face - which we're not sure everyone wants to see before they do the deed.
BEIBS & POLISH
Young girls hang off his every word and empty their pockets at the sound of his name.
So can you blame Justin Bieber for launching his own line of nail varnish called Naturally in 2011?
We're not sure if the pop brat cares how his fan's nails look, but we're sure he cared about the extra cash.
The product raised a whole heap of dollars, selling more than a million bottles.
Oh, and Bieber also raised "awareness" for his charity Pencils of Promise.
OZZY & BUTTER
This man once ate a bat - now he's advertising butter.
Something didn't quite add up when Ozzy Osbourne put his face to I Can't Believe It's Not Butter.
The rocker was once one of the most hardcore musicians out there and was immune to the world of showbiz.
If this isn't shameless then we're not sure what is.