Miley Cyrus has unloaded her fiancé — and she's not stopping there! (She can't! She won't!)
The twerking queen is doing some housecleaning now that Liam Hemsworth has moved out of her Toluca Lake, California, home, and — like many — she has turned to eBay. However, unlike many, the item she is auctioning is selling for more than 200 times its original price.
Cyrus, 20, announced on Twitter than she is ready to part ways with a Nikon F80 camera and 28-90mm lens. The cam is a dated model that went on the market in 2005 (before she even debuted as "Hannah Montana") and is no longer manufactured. However, the "Wrecking Ball" singer notes in the description that it "is in perfect condition."
When the camera first came out, it retailed for $350, according to camera pro Ken Rockwell's website, and was "the best 35mm film camera for serious amateur photographers until those amateurs went digital." (Yes, this is camera that requires actual film, a relic these days.) The lens originally sold for $100, with Rockwell describing it as a "crappy little plastic-mount" type though "excellent" in performance.
Now the camera Cyrus spent about $450 on — and she listed for only $20 on eBay — is selling for $91,100 (and counting!), according to the bidding history on the item. That's some markup. And it will likely increase because the auction doesn't end until October 2.
Cyrus can use the cash she earns from the auction to dry her tears over her broken engagement to the Aussie actor, which was confirmed earlier this month, but it doesn't seem like she's shedding them. In a new interview with Fashion magazine, Cyrus, who has been linked to rapper and producer Mike Will Made It, says she actually wrote her new breakup song "Drive," back on Valentine's Day, hinting that things with Hemsworth were over that long ago.
Find out more about what Cyrus said in that interview here:
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