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Madonna’s iconic "Material Girl" dress is going under the hammer.
The hot pink satin gown worn by the pop star for her 1984 music video will be up for auction as part of Julien’s Auctions. The three-day event, titled "Music Icons," takes place from May 20-22 at the Hard Rock Cafe® New York and online at juliensauctions.com.
A spokesperson for Julien’s Auctions confirmed to FOX Business on Monday that the lot, which consists of the gown, a white faux fur stole from Edwards-Lowell of Beverly Hills, pink satin opera gloves and rhinestone bracelets is estimated at $100,000 to $200,000.
The iconic piece was originally made for the 1980 TV movie "Norma Jean." It was rented from the Palace Costume and Prop Co. for the singer to use in her "Material Girl" music video. The spokesperson also shared that the dress was later used in "Blonde," the 2001 TV movie exploring the life of Marilyn Monroe.
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