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15 Bizarre Celebrity Personal Items That Were Auctioned Off

From following celebrities’ updates on Twitter to keeping up with the latest rumors on TMZ, it appears that our hunger for celebrities is insatiable. And the public has always been fascinated by celebrity memorabilia.

The sudden availability at auction of private and personal possessions of celebs always creates a buzz on social media, especially if the items are autographed or annotated. Sometimes, some rare and precious collectibles stand out merely for their value.

As the saying goes, “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure.” And based on what we’ve discovered, that statement couldn’t be more accurate. This article will tell you how far people will go to honor their favorite celebrity’s memory. People are willing to pay exorbitant prices for bizarre items with celebrity connections.

Take a look through our collection to see some of the strangest celebrity collectibles ever sold at auction.

#1 Back in 2000, a 19-year-old fan paid $1,025 for Justin Timberlake’s French toast slices. The two pieces of signed toast were specifically auctioned off on eBay.

Source: The Mirror

#2 Carrie Bradshaw’s signature tutu dress from Sex And The City’s opening credits was auctioned off. The money was donated to homeless and HIV/AIDS people.

Source: noyeda.com

#3 Did you know John Lennon’s tooth was once auctioned off? It sold for $31,200! Lennon gave it to his housekeeper as a memento, who later auctioned it off many years later.

Source: Guru Ghantal

#4 Former US President Ronald Reagan’s blood was stolen from a hospital and later auctioned off in an odd incident. As it was the President’s blood, a vial of his blood was sampled when he was treated following his assassination attempt.

Source: Insight

#5 Cara Delevingne is auctioning off her vagina video NFT in a world of digital assets. The NFT is from a video in which she discusses her vagina and how important it is to her, saying things like “My first word was ‘mine.’ To me, that means something that is most mine – my vagina.”

Source: Netflix News

#6 Justin Bieber, who was once known for having rare pets, auctioned off his pet snake, a baby albino boa constrictor. The serpent even appeared with Bieber at the 2011 VMAs before being auctioned off later that year.

Source: MGL Press

#7 Lauren Bacall once owned a pair of deer antlers, which he later sold at auction. Lauren’s antlers were auctioned off for $2,000 shortly after her death. The antlers were actually purchased by her friend.

Source: Netflix News

#8 Marilyn Monroe’s 1962 facial X-rays were auctioned off in 2013. They were taken when she was 36, two months before she died.

Source: Celebrity Plastic Surgery

#9 Miley Cyrus auctioned off a Caitlyn Jenner-themed painting for $69,000. The money was given to an AIDS charity for charitable purposes. The artwork was a set of three framed, bedazzled, and signed copies of Caitlyn Jenner’s “Vanity Fair” cover.

Source: Eonline.com

#10 The wedding cake for Prince William and Kate Middleton was sold for $4,160. It wasn’t even the entire cake; a single slice that was two years old at the time fetched that amount.

Source: Unilife.hu

#11 Kurt Cobain’s cardigan from his 1994 “Unplugged” performance was auctioned off twice. The second time around, the minimum (pre-auction) bid was $200,000.

Source: LOS40 Chile

#12 Jack Dorsey’s first tweet was auctioned off (as an NFT) for millions of dollars. The tweet itself isn’t particularly noteworthy: it simply states, “just setting up my twttr.”

Source: www.iglobe.hk

#13 The Holy Father Pope Francis had an iPad that was auctioned off for a very high price. The winning bid was $30,500, with the proceeds benefiting poor children in Uruguay.

Source: Netflix News

#14 Prince’s iconic yellow cloud electric guitar was auctioned off with a starting bid of $30,000. This was the same guitar Prince used in songs such as “Cream” and “Gettin’ off.”

Source: ITV Hub

#15 Hugh Hefner’s typewriter was auctioned off in 2018 for a total of $162,500. It was an Underwood Standard Portable typewriter that he used in college as well as to type the first issue of Playboy.

Source: The New York Times