November 13, 2007 06:27:05 GMT
A signed copy of Britney Spears' comeback album 'Blackout' is expected to absorb money that will benefit UNICEF.
Britney Spears is in attempt to help children all over the world, an ironic situation considering she's still fighting for her own sons' custody. The pop queen is conducting an auction for her signed CD.
Britney released 'Blackout' late last month and now a copy of it, imbued with an autograph, will be put on eBay. The money from the highest bidder will benefit UNICEF. This project is a partnership between Britney and X17 online.
"I think it's important to give back and with the release of Blackout, this seemed like the perfect opportunity to give the fans a chance to bid on something to help children everywhere," said Britney, in a press release issued by X17.
The bid was started at only $25 but has so far grown to $7,200. Click here to start bidding! It will end on Monday, November 19 at 10:27:15 PST.
Britney is embroiled in a bitter custody with her ex, Kevin Federline. She has been ordered by the court to take random drug tests to prove that she is a capable mother of sons Preston, 2, and Jayden James, 1. However, the latest report indicates that she has failed one of them.