Jackson never took his King of Pop title lightly.
A single orange spandex glove covered with orange Swarovski crystals and rectangular mirrored beads goes with anything, and is highly effective at hailing cabs.
These bedazzled athletic socks, worn during 1981's Jacksons Triumph Tour, have extra reinforcement for added "HEE-hee!"-accompanied toe-stand support.
An electric cart with a Peter Pan theme was a fun way for Michael and guest to get around Neverland Ranch. For added amusement, Michael would insist the domestics lie side-by-side on the ground, and jump them Evel Knievel-style with the vehicle. Sometimes he'd clear all of them!
Jackson's stretch Rolls, with an interior custom-designed to the singer's specifications, is expected to fetch between $140,000 - $160,000.
The limousine is thought to be the only one in the world with a solid gold bidet.
This robotic head was featured in the climax of Moonwalker, when Michael transforms into a robot to defeat the evil Mr. Big, played by Joe Pesci.
The still functioning bust comes apart into several pieces at the push of a button, much like Jackson's actual head.
Jackson owned Edward's Scissorhands from Tim Burton's Edward Scissorhands—a prized prop he'd frequently slip on and attempt to give Bubbles whimsical haircuts with, leading to much monkey bloodshed.
A pop art painting putting many iconic faces in Jackson's trademark glove and aviator sunglasses manages to make Lincoln and E.T. look really, really gay. Somehow, Einstein just winds up looking extraordinarily fierce—yet another sign of the man's genius.
Check out the rest of the gallery at The Guardian.
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