Beyoncé and Lady Gaga are set to auction off some of their raunchy outfits for charity later this week.
The 34-year-old singer's skin-tight black latex catsuit, which she wore her in 2007 'Green Light' music video, made by London-based brand House of Harlot will go under the hammer on February 25 but fans will need to dig deep if they want to snap up the risque piece as bidding starts at $8,500.
And the brunette beauty isn't the only star who has raided her wardrobe for the good cause as Lady Gaga has also parted ways with her memorable long-sleeved black-fringe frock, worn for her fashion shoot with Yahoo! Style in 2014, designed by Rein's founder Rebecca Morter.
The two stylish garments are being sold under Nate D. Sanders Auctions in Los Angeles and, although either lot are yet to receive a single bid, owner Nate Sanders believes the items will prove highly popular with fashion collectors.
Auction owner Nate explained: "Fans will long remember the show-stopping performances by Beyoncé and Lady Gaga at the Super Bowl.
"Known for their distinctive styles, these two outfits worn by international pop stars are sure to delight fashion collectors."