Olivia Newton-John will be auctioning off her most iconic Grease costumes for charity, RadarOnline.com can reveal.
Newton-John, 70, is parting with over 200 outfits and other memorabilia from the beloved 1978 musical hit and other big moments during her storied career.
Julien's Auctions will begin live bidding on Nov. 2, but fans in the L.A. area can see the items on display from Oct. 28 through Nov. 1 at the The Standard Oil Building Beverly Hills.
Newton-John, who has been battling breast cancer , will donate a portion of the proceeds the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness & Research Centre in Melbourne, Australia.
Scroll through Radar's gallery to see some items up for sale.
Bad to the Bone
The "Bad Sandy" motorcycle jacket Newton-John wore to sing You're the One That I Want with John Travola in Grease is expected to fetch a whopping $100,000 to $200,000. https://radaronline.com/videos/olivia-newton-john-memoir-sewn-into-hot-pants-grease-set/
Striking Bowling Jacket
A bowling-style jacket monogrammed with the name "Sandy" on the front and "Pink Ladies" on the back that the crew of Grease gave her as a gift is estimated to be worth as much as $4,000.
Designed by Fleur Thiemeyer, the 1950s-inspired strapless petal pink point d'esprit lace gown Newton-John wore to The Mann's Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles for the premiere of Grease may bring in over $5,000.
The custom-made embellished apricot silk chiffon gown the star donned as a presenter at the 50th Annual Academy Awards in 1978 features seeds and flowers made from beads.
The actress was undoubtedly a showstopper when she wore this Fleur Thiemeyer cherry red embellished silk satin long bodice for the cover of the 1982 Physical tour book.
The embellished white chiffon gown Newton-John dressed in for her performance alongside Andy Gibb and Abba on her 1978 television special Olivia features silver bugle beads, sprigs of pearlized sequin flowers with faceted glass centers and beaded leaves, plunging back and slit sleeves.
In the Pink
The pink chiffon bodice she rocked on her 1978 "Totally Hot World Tour" has a daring plunging "V" in both the front and back.
She showcased her cool, casual side when she slipped into these patchwork denim bell bottoms while performing "Have you Never Seen Mellow."
Her boots were made for walking! Newton-John stepped up her fashion game with this cream thigh-high suede footwear from Manuel, which is expected to sell for $2,000 to $4,000.
Out of This World
Her Missoni knit harem pants — embellished with gold bugle beads — fit like a glove during her performance of the title song in the 1980 film Xanadu.