Miley Cyrus is putting a lot of herself up for auction this week.
While media reports have been billing the auction as a "date" with Miley, the wording on the site describes it as an opportunity to "meet" the star, detailing it as "a personal meet and greet and photo opp with Miley herself!"
The highest bidder gets that opportunity at the premiere of Disney's animated flick "Bolt," which features the voices of Cyrus, John Travolta, Malcolm McDowell (!) and others, on November 26. And what would a Disney premiere be without a trip to the magic kingdom? The winner will also get a three-day/ two-night stay at a Disneyland resort.
If you can't swing the rising price tag — which hit four figures within minutes of the bidding beginning on Tuesday, and was at $4,150 at press time — Miley is also selling a bunch of personal stuff. You can get clothes straight from Miley's closet, like a dress she wore at a Teen Vogue party and a T-shirt she wore in the "Start All Over" video. Other things up for grabs include autographed headshots, movie posters and albums.
All money from the auction goes straight to the Pappy Cyrus Family Foundation — named in honor of her grandfather — which supports underprivileged children.
There is, however, one catch: You need to be at least 18 years old to bid (blame eBay's policy for that one). Anyone under 18 can have their parents or legal guardian bid under their name.
The auction ends July 29. And for anyone interested in the "next Miley," check out our story on Demi Lovato!