Sure, they can act, sing, dance and look gorgeous but many celeb ladies are also forging formidable paths in the life and style biz.
Maybe you know their movies, but do you know which famous female is behind these lifestyle brands?
Here's a quick rundown:
Gwyneth Paltrow, Goop
We'll start with the one we already know! Gwyneth kind of lead the pack on luxury lifestyle products, but her site has copped its fair share of criticism for its pretentious and expensive recipes. Perhaps it has something to do with this $200 breakfast smoothie...
Kate Hudson, Fabletics
Kate Hudson's leisure wear brand has received a lot of publicity since its launch last year. It aims to offer "stylish and high quality gear at an accessible price point." While it's still in early days, the brand recently announced it would open up to 100 stores in the next three to five years.
Reese Witherspoon, Draper James
Reese started her online clothing and homewares brand, Draper James, as a nod to her Southern heritage. The brand - named after Reese's grandparents - celebrates the style and charm of America's deep south.
Jessica Biel, Au Fudge
While Jessica Biel's Au Fudge in Los Angeles is primarily a restaurant and food store, it doubles as a "creative space" for children. Yep, it holds art classes for toddlers.
Jessica Alba, The Honest Co.
Jessica Alba's The Honest Co. sells "unquestionably safe, eco-friendly, beautiful, convenient, and affordable" products for your baby and home. However, the company is suffering a few issues after it was alleged some products contained harmful toxins and featured misleading labels. Yikes.