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EXCLUSIVE: NJ Housewife's Auction Could Be More Popular Than Whitney Houston, Says Auctioneer


Aug. 19 2010, Published 10:10 a.m. ET

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A reality TV housewife may be more of a draw than a Grammy-award winning songstress, has learned.

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So far, about 100 people have registered online with A.J. Willner Auctions for the sale of Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice’s belongings.

It was originally slated to take place on August 22 but has been postponed until October 3.

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The same company organized an auction of Whitney Houston’s tour equipment and clothing in 2007 after she didn’t pay her storage facility fees.

For that event, 250 people showed up and it earned about $200,000.

“The Houston auction was at a dirty, dingy warehouse in Irvington, NJ,” Michael Sklar, with A.J. Willner Auctions, said.

“This one is a beautiful home in New Jersey on a Sunday. So, I think more people will show up.”

He added: “Normally people sign up right before the auction.”

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