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Madonna, Marilyn, Mick memorabilia for sale, James Franco's kinky teddy bear art and more

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Seven Year Itch Marilyn Monroe
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An original photograph of Marilyn Monroe in the halter dress from The Seven Year Itch, one of Madonna’s Gaultier cone corsets and Mick Jagger’s sequin jumpsuits are among the items that will go under the hammer at Christie’s annual Pop Culture auction. [Vogue UK]

Another day, another provocative art project from multihyphenate James Franco. This one includes a giant teddy bear, a bed and several cans of paint. [Huffington Post]

Nerd alert! Warner Bros. will sell an estimated $50 million in The Big Bang Theory licensed products — including trivia games, T-shirts and Sheldon bobble head dolls — in 2012. [Variety]

David Beckham strips down to his underwear for a third round of H&M underwear ads, and introduces us to the manpri. [NY Mag]

Do not adjust your TV, Demi Lovato’s eyebrows have taken on a life of the own this season of the X-Factor. See their evolution. [Buzzfeed]

The Moog synthesizer has been used by everyone from The Beatles to Diana Ross and The Supremes. But only in modern-day music studios will you find a black piano-lacquered, 24 ct. gold limited edition Moog Voyager, priced at $15,000. [Pursuitist]

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