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Lifestyles of the Frugal and Famous

While it may seem celebrities live the high life, some of them are still clipping coupons, finding bargains, and working to keep hard earned dollars in their pockets!

This week, Coupons.com, one of my favorite sources for printable grocery coupons, has released their list of favorite celebrity bargain hunters — naming them Top Frugalebrities.

Warren Buffet is famously frugal and is a known couponer. Tyra Banks has crowned herself the queen of cheap. “Celebrities may be thought of as living lavish lifestyles but the truth is, like most of us, many stars love a good bargain,” says Coupons.com Household Savings Expert Jeanette Pavini.

This, my friends, is how the rich stay rich. Check out some of 2011′s hottest Frugalebrities:

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  • Sarah Michelle Gellar 1 of 5
    Sarah Michelle Gellar
    This vampire slayer says she uses coupons on everything from groceries to dry cleaning. "Why should you pay more for something that someone else is paying less for?"
    Photo Credit: David Shankbone
  • Halle Berry 2 of 5
    Halle Berry
    This Bond girl says she's "pretty frugal." She hits the sale racks and is always saving for the day when the money stops rolling in.
    Photo Credit: US Navy
  • Hilary Swank 3 of 5
    Hilary Swank
    Hilary uses coupons and buys essentials at bulk stores. She sees coupons as "a dollar in my pocket."
    Photo Credit: gdcgraphics
  • Roy Hibbert 4 of 5
    Roy Hibbert
    This Pacer clips coupons and enjoys looking for freebies. "Going to restaurants, I make sure if I have a coupon, I use it."
    Photo Credit: Flickr
  • Renee Zellweger 5 of 5
    Renee Zellweger
    Renee may be a big star now, but she was "raised in a household where we were very frugal" and hasn't let a Hollywood life style change her.
    Photo Credit: siebbi

See the rest of this year’s Frugalebrities at Coupons.com.

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