WOAH! Justin Bieber’s shoes sell for £40,700 in charity auction

We assume they’re diamond-encrusted for that price…


by Anna Lewis |
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Justin Bieber has sold a pair of his shoes to raise money for a food bank in his hometown of Stratford, Ontario.

And guess how much they sold for… well, you’ve read the headline, so you already know they went for £40,700 ($62,000) on eBay. Pretty good though, eh?

The Nike baseball shoes were among a collection of signed childhood items donated by the* Confident* singer's grandparents to go towards the Stratford House of Blessing food bank.

Other items sold included Biebs’ Toronto Maple Leafs comforter, a pillowcase and a ceiling light, which raised $6,000 (£3,900), $3,000 (£2,000) and $2,000 (£1,300) respectively.

Nice work, Biebs!

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