The five-bedroom, five-bathroom home includes a screened porch with one of three fireplaces. It overlooks the newly landscaped grounds, which exemplify the best in southern comfort.

The master bedroom on the main level has an ensuite bath with a luxurious soaking tub. No diva should be without her bubble bath.

There is also a rec room above the three-car garage, a den and a living room for relaxing in front of the fire. Clarkson reportedly did not live here full-time, as her primary residence is a 50-acre property in Fort Worth, Texas, but she needed a place to stay while collaborating with country singer Reba McEntire on a project.

Judy Garland
Judy Garland earned her diva title with multiple Academy, Golden Globe and Grammy awards, though she might be best known for the role she played at 16 as Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz.

As she says in the movie, "there's no place like home." Her Hollywood mansion is on sale for $3.9 million.

The 5,000-square-foot main house and 1,100-square-foot guesthouse are on a huge double lot in the hills above the Sunset Strip, affording sweeping views of city lights, canyon and beyond.

Garland and her second husband (out of five), Vincent Minelli -- that's Liza's dad -- built the home together. It was later owned by Garland's fellow Rat Pack-er, Sammy Davis Jr.

The property recently underwent a full restoration and renovation, with a home theater and custom chef's kitchen being just two of the updates.

The sprawling landscaped grounds also afford plenty of privacy, essential for any aspiring diva, and the pool and cabana area rivals any luxury hotel in Cannes.

The renovation by the renowned Davis Design and Development aimed to keep the property's original features, honor its celebrity history and give it a sophisticated and updated Rat Pack feel. There are multiple fireplaces and oversized windows throughout the property too, making it super cozy, bright and very cool.

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