Former supermodel and brief Celebrity Apprentice season five contestant Cheryl Tiegs tried to sell her Bel Air residence back in 2013 for $12 million, but delisted just a few months later. Now she's jacked up the price and is trying again. The estate, which Tiegs has owned since 1996, was overhauled about four years ago by fancy interior designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard and given its "Balinese inspired" look. The 4,770-square-foot main house sits on a 1.43-acre, gated lot, tucked in among a guesthouse, pool, landscaped grounds, fountains, and "meditation pavilion" complete with tea-stained rice wallpaper and rugs made out of seagrass, according to a previous listing. Tiegs is now asking $15 million.