Pop sensation Justin Bieber‘s show has fetched more than USD 62,000 at a charity auction organised by eBay.
The auction helped to raise thousands of dollars for a food bank in his hometown of Stratford, Ontario, reported Ace Showbiz.
The items all autographed by the 20-year-old Canadian singer were donated by his family. Among the items on sale were Bieber’s used Toronto Maple Leafs comforter, pillowcase, ceiling light, and a pair of his Nike basketball shoes.
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The online auction for good cause started on January 31 and came to an end on February 7.
The shoes earned more than USD 62,000 and the comforter was sold for over USD 6,000, while the pillowcase was let go at around USD 3,000 and the light was purchased for just under USD 2,000.
They were all autographed by the star when he was in the area over the holidays. Each also came with a certificate of authenticity signed by his grandmother.