Lady Gaga dress, John Lennon sketch and more up for auction

Lady-Gaga-does-Madame-Figaro-may-2011-cropped.jpgCalling all little monsters: You could own a piece of Lady Gaga. Oh, don't worry. It's not a tooth like the one from John Lennon that was recently auctioned off for $31,700. It's a dress, specifically the black, sculpted one that Gaga wore on the cover of Madame Figaro magazine's May 2011 issue, which is estimated to bring in more than $10,000.

And that's not all. According to the Associated Press, the auction will also include some of Gaga's most popular pieces as well as other personal memorabilia from Lennon, Bono and Mick Jagger in December. No body parts, as far as we know.

In the absence of teeth, they'll be auctioning off a sketch that Lennon drew of himself and Yoko Ono during their 1969 "bed in," which could sell for $50,000, the costumes he and Paul McCartney wore in the film "Help," Gaga's prop gun from the video "Born This Way," and Cyndi Lauper's dress from "Girls Just Want to Have Fun."

Should you wish to bid on any of these items, Julien's Auctions is taking them in person, online and by phone starting Dec. 1. Should you wish to laugh at people willing to bid on a tooth, well, you can do that right now.
Photo/Video credit: Madame Figaro
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