The iconic tight black pants and leather jacket Olivia Newton-John wore as a "cool" Sandy at the finale of the 1978 film "Grease" will go up for auction and can be sold for $ 260,000, according to Julien's auction.
The pants that Newton-John wore during his duet "You're the one I want" with co-star John Travolta were so tight that she had to be sewn into them, she told Reuters Television.
Newton-John, now 71, says she has kept the toilets and other memorials of her films in her "cabinets, drawers, and garage" and it took months to get through.
"I wanted to stick to the things I love, but then I realized I would never wear them again," Newton-John tells CNBC Make It.
After seeing the auction that Julien was holding for some of Bette Midler's costumes, Newton-John thought "I could do it! I have to simplify my life ̵
In addition to her tight black "Grease" , a pink lady's jacket, which was a gift from the cast and crew, is also up for auction and can cost up to $ 4,000, according to Julien.
Newton-John also trades items from other popular films, such as Western boots and harem pants from the 1980 film Xanadu. ., which can cost up to $ 4,000 each.
With respect to the Memorials of the NJ Memorials as a pop star, she was auctioned off, among her things, "that little dress I wore in my physical lap – that little black, sparkly dress I really love," she said. The Newton-John physical tour was in 1982. According to Julien's estimates, the dress would cost up to $ 2,000.
Many of Newton-John's friends , including John Travolta, Marie Osmond, Keith Urban and Rebel Wilson donated items to be auctioned. John Farrar's original written lyrics for "Hopelessly Dedicated to You" by Grease will also be sold.
Earlier this year, Newton-John was diagnosed with breast cancer for the third time after being first diagnosed in 1992.
"I kept thinking it would be a great idea to trade my jacket and pants [“Grease”] to raise money for my mall," Newton-John tells CNBC Make It. "Someone mentioned that they would raise a lot of money. I thought, "well, I have them for good, that would be a great idea. “
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