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Spears' wardrobe to go on sale
Britney Spears

Some of Britney Spears' clothes, including costumes she wore on her Drive Me Crazy and Oops, I Did it Again tours, are going to be sold at auction.

A Mickey Mouse Club T shirt, which belonged to the star when she presented the children's show, has been estimated to sell for up to $25,000 (12,577).

The entire cast signed it, including her co-hosts Justin Timberlake, Christina Aguilera.

The online Rock & Roll Pop Art Auction takes places from 2 August.

The sale also includes a wedding dress costume she borrowed from Madonna.

The 49-year-old star wore the dress during her 1984 Like A Virgin tour, but Spears took it to wear for her Saturday Night Live Appearance in 2000.

A blue and white sexy Santa dress, which Spears wore the same year in a Christmas advert for Pepsi is also up for grabs.

The orange coat and trousers she wore to the Billboard Music Awards, also in 2000, will go on sale too.

Memorabilia belonging to Elvis Presley, John Lennon, Johnny Cash and Marilyn Monroe are also available to be bought by fans.



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