This is really sad to hear.
[Image via WENN.]
UPDATE: Multiple sources tell us these tapes are footage from a documentary that filmmaker Holly Wiersma was making of the '90s club scene in Los Angeles. The movie was never completed. And, contrary to what this eBay seller is claiming, these tapes were never in storage. Someone stole them from Wiersma's house! A police report has just been filed. And, yup, there's no "shocking" footage in any of these videos.
Oh, the things you find on eBay.
A seller with the username nimers67 is offering 215 mini DV and 15 more audio cassette tapes that are reportedly a stash pulled from Paris Hilton's home and found at a Hollywood storage unit — with the opening bid set at $50,000!
The Murrieta, California-based seller posted the items this week, claiming that all 50 tapes work, that the stills he included (below) were actually from the tapes, and that the videos show Paris partying with all kinds of celebs, including Justin Timberlake, Lance Bass, and Fergie!
Uhh… we're a little unsure about this one, but here's what the seller writes:
Looks like another treasure trove of Tupac Shakur's music has been found!
The late rapper may have died two decades ago, but previously undiscovered, unreleased handwritten notes and lyrics from the rapper have just been found — and they're being sold to the highest bidder!
According to TMZ, the set being auctioned off is made up of three notebooks containing Tupac's handwritten ideas, lyrics, and a few CDs that feature unreleased tracks!
Apparently the person auctioning these notebooks initially came across them when he answered a Craigslist ad looking for baseball cards — the initial Craigslist seller showed him the Tupac merchandise, and here we are!
Ch-ch-check out some sample pages from the books (below), some of Tupac's notes for his Point The Finga music video:
Can we all be Oprah when we grow up?
Then we, too, can earn a cool $13.8 million for tweeting about bread, and then spend almost $29 million ($28,850,000 to be exact) at auction for a sprawling 23-acre property in Montecito.
The media mogul has done both in the past 30-odd days alone, so you could say her start to 2016 is better than all of the rest of us combined.
According to Sage Auctions, the Seamair Farm property is basically a little slice of heaven:
"First time on the market in nearly 40 years! Seamair Farm is one of the largest properties in Montecito, CA – over 23 acres on two separate parcels, in the heart of Montecito. This once-in-a-lifetime property is a rare blend of privacy and convenience to all that Montecito has to offer. It is bordered on the north by a 40+ acre world-class estate, and on the east by a 44 acre dedicated preserve. While it is tucked away and private, it is also close to all Montecito shopping, dining, parks, Montecito Union School, and the beach! The main home was designed by renowned California lifestyle architect Cliff May. The estate offers TWO private wells, plus two Montecito water meters and equestrian facilities surrounded by sprawling fruit orchards, and flat, usable land."
Sounds truly divine!
Although the farm also came fully equipped with stables and horses, Miz Winfrey wasn't interested in the horses and they were not included in the sale.
That's okay, we're sure there'll be a lot of other ways in which she can get use out of all that land!
And according to Sage Auctions owner Marty Rogers, the 62-year-old former talk show host thoroughly inspected the area before bidding:
"Obviously, she is a very smart buyer and does have an amazing vision for this property. She had a number of experts inspect different aspects of the property and paid extensive due diligence to the property package we provided."
Well, duh! She's freakin' OPRAH!!!
She knows what she's doing.
Shoot us a housewarming party invite sometime, girl! Ha!
Check out pics of the property in the gallery (above)!
[Image via Sage Auctions]
It's a lucky day for a Princess Diana fan who has about $30,000 to spend on a dress!
The custom Gianni Versace gown the late royal wore during a 1991 Patrick Demarchelier photo shoot is going on the auction block!
The photo of Diana in the stunning number was later used on the November 1997 tribute cover of Harper's Bazaar following the princess' death.
This one-of-a-kind silk dress features various stud and glass bead embellishments throughout, with an inner silk lining, and is valued at around $60,000 - $80,000.
So, really, if you do get it at the starting bid of $30K, you'll actually be saving money! Ha!
Interested? Place your bid HERE!
[Image via Harper's Bazaar/Invaluable Auctions]
Decades later, and the world is still infatuated with Marilyn Monroe. Understandably!
The silver screen siren met her untimely death way too young in life, and her fans love to have something to remember her by.
So, when Julien's Auctions in Beverly Hills had their Icons & Idols event, they must have known they'd make a ton of ca$$$h.
And they did!
Items of Miz Monroe's were auctioned off on Friday and Saturday, like a pendant necklace, which sold for $34,375, a lacy bra went for $20,000, and a makeup compact nearly doubled that at $46,875!
But some of the most sought after items were love notes that she didn't even write!
One from Joe DiMaggio, after she decided to divorce him, sold for
According to reports, the 2014 VSFS made $2.5 million for various worthy charities including the American Cancer Society, Pelotonia and Gabriel's Angels.
Participating charities auctioned off tickets to the event, with some fetching up to $25K!
In fact, 200 of the attendees were people who'd won their tickets at auction, so clearly there were quite a few deep-pocketed Victoria's Secret fans in the audience on Tuesday.