Madonna to Auction Off Stage Costumes for Hurricane Sandy Relief
(NEW YORK) -- After Hurricane Sandy hit the East Coast in October, Madonna asked fans who attended her New York City concert to throw money on stage for relief efforts. She also took her family to tour some of the devastated areas. Now, she's going the extra mile to benefit the victims by auctioning off some of her stage costumes.
Madonna's rep confirms to ABC News Radio a story in the New York Post stating that some of the outfits that the star wore on her top-grossing MDNA tour will be going on the auction block. Among them: the majorette costume she wore during "Express Yourself," a variety of onstage props and the cage-like cone-bra bodice she wore for a sequence that included the songs "Vogue," "Erotica," "Candy Shop," "Human Nature" and "Like a Virgin."
Madonna's rep tells ABC News Radio that currently, there are no details as to when and how the auction will take place.
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