Former Spice Girls singer Melanie Brown is auctioning off her entire wardrobe for charity, including her iconic leopard print outfit.
The auction, for children's cancer charity Clic Sergeant, will also see a baby grand piano, a motorbike and a toaster; slice of bread and all.
Mel B's wardrobe is the real star of the auction, however, which runs until October 26th on www.melbsale.com.
The 33-year-old, who recently swapped her London home for Los Angeles, said she was happy to contribute to such an important cause.
"As a mother it was important to me to be a part of an organisation that provides clinical, emotional and financial support to children and young people with cancer, and their families," Mel B, otherwise known as Scary Spice, said.
"Every single one of these items has a personal value to me and I have No Doubt that there will be something in the auction for everyone out there. I hope that people have fun bidding on a piece of me."
Among the other prize items being auctioned are a host of Roberto Cavalli outfits from the Spice Girls' 2007 reunion tour, as well as the outfits Mel B wore when meeting Nelson Mandela and the Prince of Wales.