Seven of Britney Spears‘ most iconic costumes are up for auction, with prospective buyers looking to spend nearly $100,000 for the collection.
The items include the outfits worn during Spears’ snake-featuring “I’m a Slave 4 U” 2001 MTV Video Music Awards performance, her “Slave 4 U” music video, her “Me Against the Music” music video featuring Madonna and more.
At time of publishing, with two days left to go on the auction, 188 bids had brought the current bid up to $99,995 on eBay. But even at that, the collection has not yet met its reserve price. All items come with authenticity certificates
For context, the owner states on the listing that the famous dress worn by Marilyn Monroe when she sang “Happy Birthday, Mr. President” to John F. Kennedy recently sold for $4.8 million, a world-record price at auction.
The owner says on the listing that he or she has been collecting the outfits since 2003 when Britney auctioned them off. As well, the collection is currently on display in the Surfco Swimwear storefront window at West Edmonton Mall in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
To see the costumes and read more about the collection, check out the eBay listing here.