LOS ANGELES (AFP).- A small lock of David Bowie's hair is being auctioned in California and is expected to fetch upwards of $4,000 dollars.
Heritage Auctions said the snippet of the late singer's pale blond hair, tied with blue thread, came from a former employee of the Madame Tussauds Wax Museum in London.
The woman was tasked with recreating Bowie's 1983-era hairdo for his wax figure at the museum and kept the lock as a souvenir.
The hair will go on the block Saturday as part of an auction in Beverly Hills and has so far attracted a bid of $2,000.
The iconic singer, one of the most influential artists in pop history, died in January following a battle from cancer that he had kept hidden from the public.
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