Wednesday, May 11, 2011
Gaga pums it up for earthquake charity
Lady Gaga has offered up a pair of size 39 faux crocodile Gucci heels "worn and autographed" as part of a charity auction which began today to raise money for New Zealand earthquake survivors. The diva’s shoes quickly attracted interest, reaching NZ$1,110 (US$881) only hours after being offered on the Rise Up Global Telethon on sella.co.nz. Other items on offer included two packages to attend a Manchester United game plus a personal meeting with the club manager Sir Alex Ferguson, and a crew jacket from hit US comedy Two and a Half Men. The auction began today and will close on Sunday, May 22.