Madonna sells costumes for Superstorm Sandy victims

Madonna sells costumes for Superstorm Sandy victims

Madonna is reportedly planning to auction off some of her tour costumes to raise money for victims of Superstorm Sandy.

The Girl Gone Wild singer will apparently sell things from her MDNA shows in aid of those affected by the storm, which hit the East Coast of America in October.

The New York Post said items going under the hammer might include Madge's majorette costume and the caged basque she wore onstage.

Props used on the set of the 54-year-old star's world tour might also be up for grabs.

Madonna previously urged people to dig deep for the Sandy relief effort, and fans responded by throwing cash on stage as she performed at New York's Madison Square Garden.

The Queen of Pop has also visited some of the areas hit by the storm

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Wednesday February 6, 2013

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