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Fan Pays $52,100 For A Date With Kristin Davis

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Remember a couple weeks ago when a fan paid 41,100 dollars to go on a date with Scarlett Johansson? Well Kristin Davis’ eBay auction just raked in even more.A die-hard Sex and the City fan has paid $52,100 for two VIP tickets to accompany Kristin Davis to the New York premiere of the Sex and the City movie. As promised, the winning bidder and a friend will get their hair and make-up professionally styled, receive a pair of Jimmy Choo shoes and of course accompany Davis down the red carpet.

The $52,100 raised on eBay will go to everyone’s favorite charity, Oxfam. Davis recently said, “Oxfam’s mission is to alleviate poverty and injustice by helping people learn skills and create lives. I just got back from Africa and saw firsthand that we’re making a long-term difference. It gives me a sense of satisfaction.”

Yeah, knowing that someone would pay 52,100 dollars for a date with me would give me a pretty decent sense of satisfaction too. Thanks Kristin, eBay, Oxfam and most importantly that unidentified eBay bidder for being just a tad crazy enough to dish out all that dough for tickets to the show! Let’s all go to the movies!

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