One of Whitney Houston's iconic costumes from her 1992 movie "Bodyguard" is on the market and for five figures you can be the proud owner.
The Blast has learned the late singer's "Queen of The Night" costume from the film is on auction at screenused.com, along with a bunch of other famous movie props. Rachel Marron's famed metal garb can be bid on through August 25, but you better be ready to throw down some serious cash ... because the starting bid is $10,000.
The costume comes with all the bells and whistles from the hit movie, including some serious modifications made by Whitney Houston herself. According to the site, the metallic grey undersuit has "some holes and rips from wear during filming" and some areas have "beads and chrome balls missing."
If you'll recall, this is the costume Whitney wore during the live concert scene when she gets attacked in the film, as well as the movie poster where Kevin Costner is seen carrying her. And if you really want to see what you're getting before you buy, you can check out the costume at the SU Outlet store in L.A.
But the "Bodyguard" costume isn't the only cool memorabilia on auction.
Some other notable items include Dr. Evil and Austin Powers' outfits from "Austin Powers," Will Smith's boxer shorts from "Ali," the Grays Sports Almanac from "Back to The Future II" and so much more!