Michael Jackson’s illuminated white glove has raked in a whopping 44,300 pounds at a Hollywood auction. The mitt got popularised after the King of Pop wore it on his 1984 Victory Tour, reports
The glove, which belonged to the late superstar's
suit of lights
, was described as "the ultimate piece of Michael Jackson memorabilia". The white mitt, which was adorned with shining beads and crystal rhinestones, was fitted with 50 tiny lights, powered by a nine-volt battery in the cuff.
Other big sellers included a Stormtrooper's helmet from 1983 film
Return of the Jedi
(51,600 pounds), a figure from Predator and Predator 2 (nearly 30,000 pounds) and an ET puppet from a UK BT advert (20,300 pounds).