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Britney Spears Auctions Dress For Charity, Umbrella Not Included

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Ever wanted to rip the clothes right off of Britney Spears?

Well, now you can! The sometimes-sane crooner is holding a charity auction that offers fans the chance to own the gown she wore in the print ads for her fragrance, Radiance (which, admittedly, is not so green).

But nonetheless it’s all for a very good cause! Proceeds from the sale of the silver backless dress will go to benefit The Matthew Van Daff Special Needs Trust, a charity set up to raise money for the treatment of Matthew, a little boy born with a brain injury.

Apparently, Spears is close friends with Matthew’s parents and decided that she could help in his care and treatment, which requires round-the-clock care.

On Spears’ Twitter page, her assistant wrote, “Such a great cause. Brit donated her dress from the Radiance ad to our friend David, who started a trust for his son with a brain injury.”

So, if you’re interested in having a little piece of Brit, you can go to ebay and place your bid (which is currently at $6,300)*.

*We cannot guarantee that Spears won’t stab you with an umbrella if you win said auction.

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