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Brad Pitt Auctions Private Green Home Tour

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For anyone with deep pockets who has ever wanted to spend a little time with Hollywood star Brad Pitt – this is one of the best opportunities you’ll get!

The 47-year-old has generously offered up for auction a meet and greet AND private tour of one of his Make It Right green homes in New Orleans. You and a friend will not only spend some time with the famous actor, but you’ll also stay at the beautiful (and newly re-opened) Hyatt Regency New Orleans, enjoy dinner prepared by award-winning chefs, and mingle with other celebs at the first-annual “A Night to Make it Right” gala.

Bonus: Ellen DeGeners is hosting the gig – so chances are high you might score some “hello” time with her as well.

Right now the bidding, which closes tomorrow, is hovering just over $11,200. That’s likely to skyrocket as it nears conclusion, but at it’s current level, it’s certainly one of the cheaper celeb meet ‘n greets we’ve seen. So for you 1% out there, here’s your chance to help an awesome org and learn something about sustainable design from gaze dreamily at Brad.

Go ahead and bid here.

[UPDATE: BP’s got some fans. Guy raised close to $30k for this auction. Well done.]

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