This seems to be the case with Elvis Presley, because after all, he is still loved by many. His dirty drawers (pronounced draws) are being auctioned off for anywhere between $10,000 and $15,000, and are expected to sell with no problem.
Yes, those are his underwear in the picture. The bloomers - which were obtained from his estate through dad, Vernon Presley - were worn during a show beneath one of Elvis' trademark jumpsuits in 1977. Funny, it appears from the urine stains that Elvis Presley was a single-shake man, far too busy for the follow-up jiggle. They say that if you shake it more than once, you're officially playing with it. Personally, I shake it until there's no more to shake. Then I wipe. Speaking of wiping, it also appears from the poop stains that Elvis simply pulled his clothes up after dropping a load.
Omega Auctions, who is hosting the event live on their website, is not only selling the King's drawers (pronounced draws) on September 8. His bible is being auctioned starting at about $32,000, as well as a necklace that he owned. That item is going for about $5,000.
For years, people have been obsesssed with celebrity paraphernalia. In the year 2000, someone bought Justin Timberlake's leftover breakfast for $3,154. Scarlett Johannson blew her nose on the Tonight Show and the tissue sold for $5,300 on eBay.
From my experience, real celebrities are regular people like you and me. In fact, when you see personal items like Elvis' drawers (pronounced draws) or see their tweets, you realize that it was better when you didn't know anything about them except for why they're famous.