Whitney Houston fans rejoice: Heritage Auctions will sell 100 pieces of Houston’s memorabilia in California from June 24-25, Reuters reports. The sale will include everything from the late singer’s script for Waiting to Exhale to her 1986 Emmy.
“We felt that it was time to give something of Whitney to the people who loved her and her music and, conversely, who Whitney loved back with all of her heart and soul,” Pat Houston, Houston’s former manager and president of Whitney Houston Estate, said in a statement.
Her Emmy is estimated to sell for $10,000, while the Waiting to Exhale script is expected to go for $1,000.
Houston drowned in a Beverly Hills hotel bathtub in 2012 following a battle with substance abuse. She was 48-years-old.
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