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Britney Spears flower painting fetches $10k in Las Vegas charity auction

/ 06:50 PM November 07, 2017

All-around pop performer Britney Spears has another art form under her belt.

In October, the “Toxic” singer shared a video of her painting on a balcony.


Her art works included one of purple and blue flowers.

During the Vegas Cares benefit concert, Spears donated the painting to an auction.

“The flowers in my painting represent a new beginning, and it’s in that spirit that we move forward. All the proceeds from the winning bid go to Vegas Cares Memorial Fund,” she said in a video aired during the concert, reports ABC 7.

“I appreciate your kindness and your generosity. I love you Vegas.”

The Las Vegas massacre is the deadliest shooting incident in the US perpetrated by an individual. Stephen Paddock opened fire at a crowd in a music festival leaving 58 dead and over 500 injured.

Journalist Robin Leach bought the art piece for $10,000 (P514,000).


The pop icon, who has a residency at Las Vegas’ Planet Hollywood has been in a giving mood.

On Nov. 5, she donated $1 million (P51.4 million) to a children’s cancer center in Nevada. /ra


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