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Michael Jackson's First Moonwalk Socks Expected to Fetch $1-2 Million

TMZ.com Wednesday, 6 November 2019
Michael Jackson's flashy socks from the first time he busted out his iconic moonwalk are hitting the auction block, but if you want 'em ... you'll have to foot a HUGE bill. MJ's stage-worn, custom crystal stockings -- which he donned during his…
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Michael Jackson's socks are expected to sell for over $1 million at auction when they go under the hammer later this month.

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