Khloe Kardashian: 14.
The reality star told the ladies at ‘The View’ that she felt “disgusted” after she lost her virginity at the young age of 14 to an older man. “I should have listened to my parents,” Khloe said, “Don’t let anyone pressure you, it’s not worth it and how I felt afterward.”
Kim confessed to Oprah Winfrey that she lost her virginity at age 14, after asking her mom about getting on birth control. Her partner in crime? TJ Jackson, nephew of legendary singer Michael Jackson, whom she dated while in high school. TJ’s identity was revealed in a memoir written by Kim’s former nanny, Pam Behan.
Britney Spears: 14.
While many people think Britney lost her virginity to Justin Timberlake, Britney’s mom, Lynne Spears, revealed in a memoir that Brit lost her virginity to a football player at her high school.
Jessica Simpson: 22.
The Christian pop diva famously abstained from sex until she got married to Nick Lachey. However, just because she abstained until marriage it doesn’t mean she didn’t pick up a few tricks: ex-beau John Mayer famously called her “sexual napalm.”
Angelina Jolie: 14.
Reformed bad girl Angie had her first time with a high school boyfriend. Apparently, following the deed, Angelina “grabbed a knife and cut” her beau in order to feel closer to him.
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