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Daniel Craig Auctions Off Watch For Children In Need

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Hey, do you know what time it is? No? Well you would if you owned Daniel Craig’s fancy-pants wrist watch!

Daniel Craig (aka James Bond) will donate his watch to Children in Need – a charity program organized by the BBC to positively change the lives of disadvantaged children and young people in the UK. The watch is just one of many prizes being auctioned, including a lap with Top Gear driver The Stig and tickets to the final of Celebrity Scissorhands.

Last year’s event raised $55,000 for the organization and included prizes like Rio Ferdinand signed football boots, a BBC Weather experience, and a stick of celery signed by Peter Davison as Doctor Who. Granted, I live in the States so I have pretty much no idea what any of that means, but I’m sure for people in the UK it’s a big deal!

The auction starts later today and you can find out more by visiting the BBC’s Children In Need website.

via: looktothestars.org

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