For a Good Cause

Lady Gaga is known for her eccentric, outlandish wardrobe choices--and here's your chance to own a piece of music and fashion history. Now through June 24, the silver triangular necklace designed by Brian Lichtenberg for Gaga, who wore it in her "Poker Face" video, is up for a reverse auction on where the lowest bidder wins.
How exactly does a reverse auction work? Bidders must pay one dollar every time they bid the lowest, unique amount. At the close of the auction, the bidder who holds the bid closest to zero--and is the only person to hold that exact bid--will be deemed the winner. Pop singer Nick Lachey is co-founder of Winnit So bid often and bid low, and if you're lucky, be the one fan to get a piece of Gaga wrapped around her neck.
Proceeds from the auction go to Gaga’s choice of charity, The Lupus Foundation. The Grammy-award winning singer recently revealed she tested "borderline positive" for lupus, an autoimmune disorder.

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