Madonna to Auction Tour Costumes for Sandy Relief

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Madonna to Auction Tour Costumes for Sandy Relief
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Madonna will auction off garb used on her MDNA Tour to charity. 

According to the New York Post, the proceeds from the endeavor will be donated to victims of Hurricane Sandy. Everything, that is, except her controversial gun props…

Included in the auctioned items will be her caged basque and some props. Designers who contributed to her abundant wardrobe changes on the tour include Jean Paul Gaultier, Jeremy Scott, and Alexander Wang.

Madonna’s MDNA tour wraps in March 2013. The trek was named the highest-grossing live tour of 2012, earning an estimated $228.4 million in ticket sales.

The charity news comes after the 54-year-old icon previously stripped down at an NYC show and urged fans to donate to the storm’s relief fund. She also journeyed to the Rockaways Peninsula in Queens to give those affected by the natural disaster hope. 

In addition to proving that she's a philanthropist through and through, Madonna has maintained her leading position amongst other music divas.

Beyoncé’s Super Bowl performance might have been fierce, but it wasn’t enough to best the “Girl Gone Wild” singer’s ratings from the 2012 show. 

Billboard reports that Bey earned an average of 108 million viewers, where Madge’s numbers soared to 112.5 million. 

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