‘Lauren’s Lowdown’: Bryan Cranston’s ‘Breaking Bad’ Undies Sell For HOW MUCH?

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Photo by Neilson Barnard/Getty Images

Photo by Neilson Barnard/Getty Images

A Breaking Bad super fan just paid $9,900 for the tighty whities that Bryan Cranston wore in the pilot episode. The undies were just one of the 337 items of memorabilia from the show which were up for auction on screenbid.com.

Fans spent almost one million dollars in total, with Walter’s copy of Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass book fetching the highest price, selling for $65,000.

Other items up for sale were:

Hector Salamanca’s bell sold for $26,750

Tuco’s grill sold for $20,250

Walter’s Cadillac sold for $19,750

The eyeless pink teddy bear sold for $20,250

The auction went live just after the final episode on September 29 and ended yesterday.

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Let’s get it out of the way right off the bat. Last night’s tribute episode to Cory Monteith on Glee was awful. Awful as in really, really hard to watch because it was so real. The show never mentioned what happened to Cory’s character Finn Hudson, but the show took place 3 weeks after the funeral with the cast still trying to come to grips with his death. The gang sings ‘Seasons of Love’, ‘I’ll Stand By You’. And then Lea Michele sang ‘Make You Feel My Love’.  Each character stayed true to the way they would really reacted in real life. Sue Sylvester, Mr. Shue, and Finn’s parents had the worst breakdowns, and needed the most Kleenex throughout the episode. All in all, it was very well written and a perfect way to say goodbye.

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Kelly Clarkson is fresh off her Honda Civic Tour with Maroon 5, and now she’s got an even bigger event to look forward to at the end of this month, her own wedding! In about 10 days, Kelly will walk down the aisle with Brandon Blackstock and she couldn’t be MORE excited…

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Robin Thicke just did an interview with Oprah recently, and he said that him and wife Paula Patton Are Still Very Much In Love … adding, “You pretty much take it one day at a time. The one thing I’ve realized about loving somebody is you have to love them every day. Like people think, ‘Oh, I’ll get to loving you on Saturday.’ Or ‘I don’t have time this week.’ And the thing is that people are changing every day — their thoughts, their desires, their insecurities change every day.”  They’re really no different than any other couple.

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There’s a new show in the works called “Celebrity Champions”, where celebrities will do GYMNASTICS.  Like “Dancing with the Stars”, they’ll be coached by professionals, including former Olympians, and doing the things like the vault, the uneven bars, the balance beam, the rings, and floor routines. Gold medalist Mary Lou Retton will serve as the lead judge, and former Olympians Shannon Miller and Paul Hamm are also involved. Producers of the show will make safety a HIGH priority, saying it will be critical that participants are, quote, “physically up for the task”, and the plan is to be “smart about casting and putting in the proper training time.”

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Paris Hilton did a radio interview this week, and the DJ snuck in a question about her infamous “tape” from back in the day, “One Night in Paris”.  Surprisingly, she didn’t take it very well.  After the interview she stayed on the line with her manager, and ended up calling the DJ a bunch of bad words without realizing that she was STILL ON THE AIR.

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The “New York Post” is claiming that Madonna got scolded for texting during a movie, then attacked the person who called her out.  It happened during a screening of “12 Years a Slave” at the New York Film Festival Wednesday night. As the movie started, Madonna kept texting on her phone until an audience member asked her to put it away.  Madge snapped saying, “It’s for business…enslaver!” An enslaver Madonna? REALLY?? Geez.

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