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Madonna reportedly has a major plan in holding an auction for her tour costumes. She is going to raise funds for Superstorm Sandy victims with the auction.
A source linked to Madonna tells New York Post, that the "4 Minutes" singer is selling all her costumes from her MDNA tour to aid the victims affected by the storm that hit the East Coast last October.
Among the things she is selling, the 54-year-old diva is also auctioning off her majorette costume, caged basque, and other props she wore and used on stage.
The greatest diva of all, as The Telegraph called her, has been urging people to donate for the storm victim.
When she was on stage in New York's Madison Square Garden performing and she urged her audience to donate for Sandy relief effort, as reported by Hello!.
Her audience responded by throwing cash to the stage.
Other than encouraging fans to donate, the queen of pop has also visited some areas affected by the storm.