Michael Jackson's Pants Up For Auction

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    "This Is It" captures Michael Jackson as he skillfully prepared for the London concert series that never happened. Sony called the film, out on DD this week, "a gift" to the Gloved One's fans.

    Michael Jackson fans looking for more of "This Is It" will have the chance to own a piece of the concert film this Thursday.

    Nate D. Sanders Inc. will auction several items from the late King of Pop this week, the company announced to Access Hollywood on Sunday.

    Amongst them are a pair of orange pants the star wore in "This Is It," the concert documentary depicting Michael's rehearsals for his planned O2 Arena performances before his untimely death in June 2009.

    The auction will be held on Thursday, May 20, and is expected to bring in "record bids," a company rep told Access.

    Recent Jackson items, including his signature gloves, have gone for as high as $400,000.

    The King of Pop won't be the only icon with items present – the auction is also said to include Marilyn Monroe's handwritten address and phone book and a letter from President George Washington.

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