From feces to urine to snot and even a kidney stone, nearly anything touched, used or (ack) excreted be a famous person can be a money-maker these days. Have a used tissue from a beautiful blonde actress? That'll get you $5,300. Find French toast that was partially eaten by a boy band stud? You can make $3,100 from that.
Just like the strangest celebrity eBay auctions these wacky pieces of celebrity memorabilia show that people will buy just about anything belonging to a celebrity, regardless how gross.
William Shatner's Kidney Stone
In 2006, the online casino GoldenPalace.com was the lucky buyer of a real life kidney stone passed by none other than actor William Shatner. The Priceline.com spokesperson and Star Trek actor not only banked a cool $25,000 for the stone, but also included a surgical stint and string, both used to help him pass the stone, in the deal. Bonus: Shatner even gave advice on what to do with his kidney stone, since clearly there is only one way to show off such a find. He said, "the stone was so big, you'd want to wear it on your finger."
Britney Spears's Pregnancy Test
Because clearly things that celebrities urinate on are the ultimate collectors' items, a used pregnancy test supposedly belonging to pop star Britney Spears was auctioned off back in 2005. At the time, Spears and her then-husband Kevin Federline were staying at a Los Angeles hotel, where the star allegedly took the test. While Spears gave birth to her first child later that year, the test sold to GoldenPalace.com for $5,001, which went to charity.
Michael Jackson's DNA Perfume
Extracting DNA for weird purposes just got a bit weirder with the introduction of a perfume made using DNA extracted from hair allegedly from the late pop singer Michael Jackson. A company called My DNA Fragrance will make just that using DNA from Jackson and other celebrities like Samuel L. Jackson, Elvis and others. What's that smell? Jacko's DNA of course.
Justin Timberlake's French Toast
Forget finding Jesus or the Virgin Mary in food when you can have half-eaten food from your favorite famous person. That was perhaps what was running through the head of N-Sync fan Kathy Summers who spent $3,154 to own a piece of French toast partially eaten by pop hottie Justin Timberlake in 2006. This would be no breakfast treat for Summers though as she stated her plans for the memorabilia would be to "probably freeze-dry it, then seal it... then put it on my dresser." Yep, completely normal.
Scarlet Johansson's Tissue
Since nothing says stalker like collecting nasty bodily fluids from your favorite celebrity, fans of Scarlet Johansson could bid on a used tissue from the actress as sold on eBay in 2008. The tissue, which was handed to the celeb by Jay Leno during her appearance on The Tonight Show, sold for a crazy $5,300 with the proceeds going to Johansson's favorite charity, USA Harvest.
Compared to the other freaky items on this list, a bra is pretty tame, as sold by singer Cher in 2007, but it was the manner in which the sale took place that is a bit unusual. Cher herself put the bra up for auction and allowed the undergarment to be sold and put on display for eternity at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas for an undisclosed amount of money, which went to charity. It must be awesome to be Cher and wake up one day and think, "hey, I should sell my bra for charity today."
It's creepy enough that a lab worker kept a vial of Ronald Reagan's blood after he was treated at her hospital following his near assassination. It's even creepier that it received bids of up to $31K when it went up for auction. The winning bidder eventually donated the blood to the Reagan Foundation, after much encouragement on their part.
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While survey says this video is a hoax, Los Angeles man Curtis Cook claims to have a vast collection of celebrity crap for sale. Cue the toilet jokes because this fellow says he has jars and jars of famous feces for sale for the ultimate fan. There is nothing creepy about this right? Normal people collect poop belonging to others, right? Right?