Duff donates heels

Los Angeles, Jan 17 (IANS) Actress Hilary Duff has given one lucky fan the chance to walk in her shoes after selling off a pair of designer heels to raise money for a New York theatre.

Jan 16 2013, 3:06pm CST | by

Duff donates heels
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Los Angeles, Jan 17 — Actress Hilary Duff has given one lucky fan the chance to walk in her shoes after selling off a pair of designer heels to raise money for a New York theatre.

She donated a pair of autographed Jean-Michel Cazabat wedge heels to bosses at the Lancaster Opera House in the Big Apple to raise funds for the venue's upcoming shows, reports contactmusic.com

Before the sale went live on online auction site eBay.com, she tweeted: "Promise they're not too smelly".

The fact that the heels were worn did not put one bidder off. The buyer paid $950 for the shoes.

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