Lady Gaga fans with a lot of money to burn are in luck. Four items worn by the artist are going up on the auction block December 1st and 2nd as part of a massive sale of rock and roll merchandise worn by icons from the 1930s to present day.
The Gaga lot features a rhinestone-covered headpiece designed by the genius behind her meat dress, Franc Fernandez, for the Monster Ball tour with a starting bid of $4,000 to $6,000; a face mask made of nails, washers, safety pins and other bits of metal that Gaga wore in her "Bad Romance" video, created for the singer by London designer Keko Hainswheeler (going for $2,000 to $4,000); and a leather-and-mesh gown by Eddie Gavriilidis that, thrillingly, is stained with a drop of Gaga blood (as the auction brochure explains, the pop star was scratched on the arm by an overeager fan while wearing the dress). It's going for $10,000 to $12,000—a fair chunk of change, yes, but still cheaper than that Gaga-signed urinal.
The event is being held by Julien’s Auctions in Beverly Hills, but interested parties all over the world can take part by bidding online. The collection is vast—over 550 pieces—and also includes items like a bodysuit worn by Whitney Houston, Cher's heels, Bruce Springsteen's denim vest, prints of Madonna posing nude for Penthouse and outfits worn by Dolly Parton and James Brown in the '70s. Click here for more information and to flip through the 274-page catalog.