You Can Purchase A Set Of Outfits From BTS’s “Dynamite” MV… If You’re Mega-Rich
Coming up at the end of January 2021, someone could go home with a set of seven outfits worn by the members of BTS in “Dynamite”!
Julien’s Auctions, an auction house based in Beverly Hills, will be offering this, as well as hundreds of other pieces of musical artifacts, at the upcoming charity auction. It will take place on January 31, a week before the 63rd Grammy Awards airs.
The proceeds from the auction will go towards the MusiCares Foundation, which provides a support system in the music community with health and human services. They hope to provide relief and comfort for musicians struggling with joblessness and other difficulties during the pandemic.
Along with BTS’s outfits, other pieces interesting pieces will be up for auction as well, such as hand-written lyrics from Bob Dylan‘s “Like A Rolling Stone” signed by Dylan himself (estimated to go for $2,000-$3,000 USD), a framed copy of the Grammy-nominated James Bond single album No Time To Die signed by Billie Eillish, her brother FINNEAS, and Daniel Craig, and a jacket worn by David Lee Roth during the Van Halen Reunion Tour in 2007-08 (with a starting bid of $2,000 USD).
However, out of all the pieces that are going to be auction, BTS’s outfit set is by far the most expensive item being offered!
The seven outfits together have a presale estimate of $20,000 to $40,000 USD!
Considering how huge BTS has become within the last year especially, as well as how massively successful “Dynamite” was for the group, it’s not too surprising that a full set of outfits is worth so much money!
So if any of you happen to have a couple extra thousands of dollars in your wallet, give the auction a look!
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