Oprah's auctioning off personal items
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"You Get a Curio Cabinet and You Get a Curio Cabinet and You Get a Curio Cabinet" may not have that new car ring to it, but starting Nov. 2, that's (sorta) what will go down when Oprah's personal items go up on the auction block.
Obviously O isn't hard up for cash, instead she's pawning off her collectables for charity with all proceeds benefiting the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy Foundation College Fund, which is dedicated to helping graduates of The Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls -- South Africa attend colleges and universities around the world.
Among the items pulled from Oprah's homes in Indiana, Hawaii, Chicago, and Santa Barbara, as well as items from the "La Quinta" estate, are a slew of autographed photos, antiques, contemporary furnishings and fine art. You can click here to check out the full catalog.
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