Lady Gaga once went three days without a wink of sleep, but she found a solution to her slumber troubles after the 2011 Grammy Awards ceremony when she emerged from a giant translucent egg. She reportedly replaced the bed in her New York apartment with said giant egg, as it gave her a sense of peace she never quite had before.
Jon Stewart suffers from insomnia and what he describes as the "jimmy legs," which keep him awake at night. He's referring to restless leg syndrome, not an ailment by which his legs, named James, ask to be called "Jimmy."
Donald Trump sleeps only three hours a night. You can just imagine hims saying, "Martha Stewart, you know, she sleeps four hours a night. She's a loser." Read that aloud in your best Donald Trump voice for full effect.
President Obama gets twice as much sleep as Donald Trump, clocking in six hours, though his schedule is a little wonky. He turns in at 1 a.m. and gets up at 7 a.m., unless of course some crisis occurs that requires his attention.
Olympic swimming gold-medalist Michael Phelps sleeps in a high-altitude sleeping chamber, in air equivalent to that found at altitudes of 8,500 to 9,000 feet. The chamber forces his body to work harder obtaining oxygen, essentially helping him train in his sleep.
Tom Cruise has a snoring problem. Apparently, while married to Katie Holmes, he was forced to sleep in a sound-proof room because his snoring was so loud. Sounds like getting a good night's sleep next to him is a real Mission: Impossible.