After Lady Gaga recorded "The Lady is a Tramp" with Tony Bennett on his Duets II album, the stars posed a Vanity Fair portrait by Annie Leibovitz, and then Gaga posed nude for a charcoal drawing by Bennett. Now, the pair has teamed up on a special charity auction which includes the original charcoal drawing, a print of the Vanity Fair cover signed by Leibovitz, as well as other items from the magazine shoot.
The additional auction items actually include some stellar fashion pieces that Gaga wore during the shoot, including House of Lavande crystal earrings, a pair of Brian Atwood heels, an Alexis Bittar cocktail ring, Mercura sunglasses.
Proceeds from the auction -- which is now live on eBay -- will go to Bennett's Exploring the Arts charity and Gaga's Born This Way Foundation. Bidding on the portrait starts at $5,000, so we'd wager the winning bids on all of these items will be pretty impressive.