Donna Summer’s possessions, together with attire, annotated lyrics, awards, and work, will go on sale on June 15 in a web-based public sale by means of Christie’s. The objects had been gathered lately from the late diva’s Nashville residence, the place that they had sat principally untouched since her death in 2012. Christie’s estimates a complete haul of $200,000 to $300,000, with a portion put aside for St. Jude Kids’s Analysis Hospital, Save the Music Basis, and the Elton John AIDS Basis.
The auction contains handwritten lyrics for “Now I Want You,” an annotated lyric of “On the Street,” the glittery gown from her “Unconditional Love” video, live performance robes, and diverse sun shades and pumps. There’s additionally a silver goblet that she stored onstage to drink caffeine-free Pepsi, which her kids stirred flat to keep away from giving her fuel, The New York Times notes.
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