Celebrities and Their Favorite Champagne Slideshow
Boston Bruins: Ace of Spades
After their 2011 Stanley Cup Championship win, the Boston Bruins celebrated in style. The team ran up a$156,679.74 bar bill at the MGM Grand in Mashantucket, Connecticut that included a $100,000 Ace of Spades Midas bottle of champagne.
Alex Chung: Moët & Chandon
The British personality grabs a bottle to go after a fashion show.
Lady Gaga: Dom Perignon
The bold singer sipped on a Dom Perignon vintage atop a bar.
Prince Albert II of Monaco, Perrier-Jouët
Perrier-Jouët was the official Champagne chosen for the royal wedding reception of Prince Albert and his bride, Charlene. The luxe brand was also the bubbly of choice at Grace Kelly's wedding.
Nicki Minaj: Ace of Spades
Nicki Minaj celebrated her 26th birthday at TAO nightclub in Las Vegas with the help of quite a few bottles of Ace of Spades and a slew of pals including Lil' Wayne.
Scarlet Johansson, Moët & Chandon
Seeing as the blonde beauty is the face of Mot & Chandon, it should come as no surprise that it's her champagne of choice.
Leonardo Dicaprio: Ace of Spades
Leonardo DiCaprio's 38th birthday party in November was no casual affair. The Darby in New York City was filled with famous faces including Martin Scorcese, Cameron Diaz, Jay-Z, and Robert Deniro who happily enjoyed the 18 cases of Armand de Brignac that totaled $3 million dollars.
Rihanna: Ace of Spades
The singer just wrapped up her 777 Tour which consisted of seven shows in seven countries in seven days. In addition to the bold task, she took 150 journalists and press outlets. At the start of the tour, Rihanna welcomed them with open arms aboard her private plan and started pouring the champagne freely.
Drake: Ace of Spades
The rapper's 23rd birthday was filled with famous friends like Kid Cudi and Chris Bosh and endless gold bottles of champagne. It was also a $2,000 bottle of Ace of Spades that started the New York City club feud between Drake and Chris Brown over Rihanna.
Jay-Z and Beyonce
This power couple drinks nothing but Armand de Brignac, which gets it's nickname, Ace of Spades from it's label.
The brand first gained popularity after Jay-Z's music video for "Show Me What You Got," in 2006. It featured Jay-Z being presented with a silver briefcase that held the gold bottle inside.
Jay-Z once a huge supporter of Cristal, turned over to Ace of Spades after boycotting the brand for being racist.