Susan Lucci Is Selling Her Belongings For A Very Good Reason
Attention, "All My Children" fans!
Listen up, soap fans! Now’s your chance to own a piece of soap opera history.
Queen Susan Lucci, who played Erica Kane on “All My Children” for an incredible 41 years, is auctioning off a selection of her belongings in an effort to simultaneously downsize and raise money for charity.
Lucci is working with the popular online auction site “Everything But The House” (EBTH) to sell hundreds of personal items. Starting March 1, fans can log onto EBTH to bid on clothing, shoes, furniture, accessories and other belongings. Besides having the chance to own the sofa from Lucci’s dressing room or a ball gown she’d worn to the Emmys, buyers can feel good knowing that a portion of the auction’s proceeds will go to support United Cerebral Palsy of New York City.
Here’s a peek at the selection of items for sale on EBTH. Interested buyers have nine days left to bid on these goods, and as with any auction, the highest bidder will take home each item.
If you call yourself an “AMC” fan yet you missed the “All My Children” reunion on February 2, owning a piece from Erica Kane’s closet is essentially the only way to redeem yourself.
Current bid: $75
Current Bid: $460
Current Bid: $70
Item: Framed Glamour Shot
Current Bid: $40
This Chanel bag, made in Italy, is currently the “most bid on” of all of Lucci’s items. Current bid? $700.
This bag is currently the “most followed” item on EBTH. Current bid: $500.
Current Bid: $280
Head over to EBTH to see the all the items that are on sale.