The iconic black leather jacket and skin-tight pants worn by the singer and actress Olivia Newton-John in the film Grease will go on sale at an auction house in Beverly Hills on Saturday.
The outfit, made famous in the 1978 film’s final song, “You’re the One That I Want,” is estimated to fetch between $100,000 and $200,000, according to the auction house selling it along with hundreds of other items from Newton-John’s career.
The actress, now 71, starred opposite John Travolta as Sandy Olsson. Ahead of the auction, Newton-John revealed that she had to be sewn into the high-waisted pants.
“The pants have a broken zip and I had to be stitched into them because they were made in the ’50s,” she told Reuters Television.
After being diagnosed with breast cancer for the third time since 1992, Newton-John decided to sell more than 500 items from her career to raise funds for her cancer wellness center in Australia.
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