Wardrobe from sitcom to be auctioned for charity
Clothes worn by Britney Spears for a cameo TV appearance are now available to buy online.
The singer, 26, wore 6 outfits during her guest performance on US sitcom How I Met Your Mother, and they are now being auctioned to raise money for the Natural Resources Defense Council.
Items for sale include a Juicy Couture shift and a Marc Jacobs dress.
Bids at seenon.com have already reached almost £500 for a single item, with a week left for offers to be made.
Money raised will be used to help endangered species, with producers of the show sponsoring the sale in support of the charity.
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