Aniston's Emmy Gown Goes to Charity
Jennifer Aniston's vintage Dior from Sunday night's Emmy Awards could be yours. Likewise, Allison Janney's long, red Ralph Lauren gown.
As PEOPLE.com reported on Emmy night, married actors and nominees Bradley Whitford, 42, of "The West Wing," and Jane Kaczmarek, 46, of "Malcolm in the Middle" have spearheaded an auction of Emmy star apparel to help raise money for various good causes. The charity sale is taking place on the uBid.com Web site.
Called the "Clothes Off Our Back" auction, the campaign is offering 16 items worn by Sunday night's nominees and will benefit such groups as Cure Autism Now, Heifer International, UNICEF and Union of Concerned Scientists.
Items include Patricia Heaton's Thierry Mugler gown, Martin Sheen's Brioni tux and Sean Hayes' Prada shirt. The auction officially began Monday and will continue through Oct. 7.
The New York Post, in tracking the bids, reports that so far Aniston's creme-colored gown has received an $8,500 bid from someone in Cape May, N.J. (One has to figure that not only did she win in the outfit, but more than likely she was zipped up in the back by her husband, Brad Pitt.)
Meanwhile, "The Shield" star (and Emmy winner) Michael Chiklis's tux has a $500 bid. That's half of the $1,000 someone put in for Ray Romano's monkey suit. Hayes' shirt, meanwhile, has so far attracted $550.
PEOPLE.com's complete Emmys package.
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