A piece of pop culture history could cost a pretty penny!
We all know Britney SpearsThe family home in Kentwood, Louisiana is for sale. The price is already a hefty $1.2 million – much more than what’s available Jamie Spears‘ sold it in 2021 for around $289,000. One reason the price is much higher is because the seller claims that the new owner will be allowed to keep some original memorabilia Poisonous Artist, like some drawings she supposedly signed at the time.
But the most remarkable thing about the property?! A closet door that supposedly proves Brit’s argument with her Christina Aguilera goes back WAY! According to a photo by TMZThe grammy The winner reportedly wrote “Christina sucks at Brit rules” on the door in black marker, and that’s exactly the decoration piece that could make money!
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Several experts now believe that the seller or new owner could make thousands of dollars if they decide to auction the property without notice! Bobby Livingstonthe executive vice president RR Auctiontold TMZ on Wednesday that the door would probably open…
$20,000 to $30,000!
Holy shit! All that for a door and some handwriting? And who’s to say that? Honey, again Artist even wrote this?!?
I’m a little more skeptical about the doodle, Jared Mast (the head of pop culture at Goldin Auctions) said that the manuscript must first be authenticated to understand its true value. But if it absolutely had to be written in the artist’s handwriting, he could imagine the door would open for $10,000 to $20,000.
Similar, Ed Kosinski from You gotta have rock and roll, Estimates suggest it would sell for $20,000 to $25,000 by then Darren JulienChairman of the board of Julien’s Auctions, assumed the value was only about $4,000 to $6,000. Wow. Some big numbers for a door – and if die-hard fans with money to burn got into a bidding war, we bet the price could go higher too. Fans have proven before that they’re willing to pay for a piece of pop culture history!
But again, there would have to be a way to prove whether this is real or not. The timing still seems a bit awkward to us, even though the house is up for sale around the time of publication The woman in me was supposedly just a coincidence. It’s hard to believe this is the first time we’ve heard about the door! But we’ll see what happens!
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