Susan Lucci Auctions Off Some Fab Items From Her Closet

Get designer duds and even dishes from La Lucci’s personal collection

The auction blurs the line between Susan Lucci and Erica Kane.

First, Why

Lucci (Erica Kane) will part with some of the prized possessions she’s amassed over the course of a storied life and career. She’s partnering with Everything But the House, reported to give fans a chance to own a little piece of La Lucci!

Starting bids for all items are $1.oo! Part of the proceeds benefit United Cerebral Palsy, a New York City charity.

China, Gowns, Stilettos, and More!

“I haven’t been home in probably six years…really home. I knew I had assembled a lot of things over the course of time,” she said. Between traveling to tape All My Children (AMC), Dancing With the Stars, and Devious Maids, Lucci didn’t have much time to pare down her closet.

Now her hectic schedule works in favor of fans of both Lucci and glamorous, glitzy items. Auction participants can have gowns Lucci’s worn to the Daytime Emmys, delicate china she’s dined off of, and even some lingerie she wore on one of her honeymoons with Adam Chandler (David Canary).

And Now for What’s Really Important

Lucci said she hadn’t heard of the rumor that Netflix may produce and air AMC. That is, until she was in an airport recently when a reporter approached her for a comment on it.

“I hadn’t heard that. But I heard the word ‘Netflix.’ And I thought, ‘They’re fantastic.’ Because then you know you’re in really good hands. And that’s really important, who’s producing,” Lucci said.

For more on what you can do to make sure AMC (and One Life to Live [OLTL]) are back on our screens in some respect, visit Soap Cities’ AMC and OLTL section!

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Akbi Khan has been watching and loving soap operas for 31 years and writing about them for the last four. She also loves sitcoms; musicals; laughter; going dancing; spending time with family and friends; fighting for animal rights, ethical environmental stewardship, civil liberties preservation, and LGBTQ rights; and evolving along a spiritual path. She has a Master’s in rhetoric and composition. Akbi is 39 years old and lives in Ellicott City, Maryland.

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