Daft Punk, Ke$ha, and Other Celebrities Who Want To Bag Your Babymaker

We've all had that moment. You're in the zone with the man of your choice. He's about to wrap up and in a dash of perfect clarity, you look up at each other and realize that what's missing is ... a celebrity endorsed condom? Yup, they're a thing. Daft Punk just released a brand of prophylactics called "Get Lucky." Clever. But if those guys don't turn you on, don't worry: here's a list of celebrities who have their own condom brands.

Celebrity Condoms: Nothing is Sexier Than A Celebrity Contraceptive

We've all had that moment. You're in the zone with the man of your choice. He's about to wrap up and in a dash of perfect clarity, you look up at each other and realize that what's missing is ... a celebrity endorsed condom? Yup, they're a thing. Daft Punk just released a brand of prophylactics called "Get Lucky." Clever. But if those guys don't turn you on, don't worry: here's a list of celebrities who have their own condom brands.

Daft Punk

Both you and Daft Punk are up all night to get lucky, and they want to kit you out in style for your nocturnal activities. In case you were even a little weirded out by two french men dressed as robots offering you condoms, worry not. If you've been to France you know that condoms are one of the tamer things a pair of french men would offer you on a daily basis. MeOW.

Ke$ha

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Ke$ha not only produced 10,000 condoms with her face on them, she also shot them out of t-shirt cannons at her concert. I mean, she wakes up and gargles with a bottle of Jack -- is it any surprise she also wants your boyfriend to wear her face on his penis?

JLS

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In case you're not familiar with JLS, they're the UK R&B alternative to One Direction. They branded their condoms with the motto "Just Love Safe" because, you know, they're called JLS and then the initials of the motto are JLS ... subtle, guys. Given JLS's preteen fanbase, you can be almost guaranteed that a generation of British preteens will be losing their virginities with this particular brand of prophylactics. Gross.

William and Kate

Of course there are royal condoms, because pretty much anything that can be repackaged as royal merchandise, has been. Worth noting: the royal condoms are called "Crown Jewels." Come on. Who can deny the joy of such a glorious name?

Madonna

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We're not EXACTLY sure to whom these condoms are marketed, but if we had to guess, we'd probably go with homosexual men over 40. These condoms feature naked photos of Madge from the '80s, and given that most straight women aren't extraordinarily turned on by Madonna pre-Kabbalah (or post-Kabbalah, for that matter), there simply has to be another primary market at play here. That, or these condoms are just bizarre for the sake of it.

KISS

Yup. Just in case you ever wanted Gene Simmons' frighteningly long tongue all up in your business, well, now you can have it, you lucky lady, you. There really isn't anything more to say about that.