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CHICAGO, ILLINOIS - MARCH 1: William Shatner attends C2E2 Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo at McCormick Place on March 1, 2020 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Daniel Boczarski/Getty Images)

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Quiz: The Weirdest Celebrity Artifacts Sold On eBay
It's not too difficult to get your own piece of a celebrity, but some people have purchased some … very strange pieces of celebrity memorabilia. From the gross to the outright bizarre, see how much you know about these weird celebrity items sold on eBay. Select your answer, and see how you stack up against other players.
The upside of the ridiculous purchase is that the money went to charity, and the auction included Timberlake's fork and plate. At least something remotely useful came out of the senseless French Toast purchase.
In 2005, someone purchased Spears' used pregnancy test, fished out of a hotel bathroom trash can, for over $5,000. This artifact beats out multiple wads of chewed gum and all manner of garbage that stalkers have swiped from her apparently trash-strewn property and attempted to sell.
In the 1980s, Willie Nelson cut off his braids and gave them to musician Waylon Jennings as a present to celebrate Jennings' freedom from hard drug addiction. The hirsute handiworks were sold amid a huge collection of personal celebrity effects from Jennings' estate in 2014, which means the red hair was just sitting in his house for decades.
While it's more like a reputable stage-used prop than "a part of Lady Gaga that happened to fall off," the performer's fake fingernail was found backstage after an event in 2013 and sold for $13,000. Fun fact: fingernails harbor all kinds of illness-causing bacteria, and fake nails are even worse for your health.
Shatner collapsed while filming “Boston Legal” in 2005 and was rushed to the hospital to remove a large kidney stone, which he says was large enough to set in a fancy ring. After Shatner convinced the doctor to give him the nephrolith, it was purchased by Golden Palace, known for buying weird celeb junk, who called it “a bold new addition to their fleet.”