A judge has given the OK to auction the possessions of the late James Brown, according to the New York Times.
Nearly 350 items belonging to the Godfather of Soul, including hair curlers, outfits and a green vinyl sofa, will be auctioned at New York’s Christie’s International on Thursday. The sale is expected to make up to $2 million.
The legendary funk singer died from congestive heart failure on Christmas Day 2006. He was 73.