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Celebrity cleaners up for auction
Tracey Emin
Emin also has an artwork up for sale at the auction
The public are being offered the chance to bid for comedian Joan Rivers and artist Tracey Emin to clean their house in a charity auction next month.

Other lots on offer at the auction in aid of the Terrence Higgins Trust include a chance to walk your dog with singer Geri Halliwell.

The annual Lighthouse Gala auction takes place on 12 March in London.

Money raised will help provide care and support to people living with and affected by HIV.

Keep Me Safe by Tracey Emin
Emin's Keep Me Safe is one of the star attractions

Other experiences on offer include a tour around the Coronation Street set with actor Antony Cotton, who plays Sean in the ITV1 soap opera.

Artwork by Emin, Mario Testino and David Bailey is also up for sale.

Rivers and Emin's visit is billed in the auction catalogue as "some light cleaning and a jolly good gossip".

Emin's neon work, Keep Me Safe, is one of the artworks on offer.

The auction takes place at Christie's auction house, with tickets selling for 125.




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