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Seth Rogen Auction Off Bathroom Visit for $18k

How much would you pay to be Seth Rogen’s bathroom buddy?

By: Ashley Baylen

Published: October 17th, 2012 in Culture » Society » News

Seth Rogen Auction Off Bathroom Visit for $18k

On October 21st, the Night of Too Many Stars benefit will air on television, but how about a little sneak peak into the bizarre and fun things the celebrities auctioned off for autism education and family service programs across the U.S?

Two people paid a whopping $18,000 each to share a bathroom break with Knocked Up star, Seth Rogen. I understand it’s for charity, but that’s a lot of money just to spend 3 minutes in a stall next to the actor. According to E! Online though, Rogan’s bizarre offering attracted a lot of bids, with two lucky fans winning the honor.

Some of the other rare opportunities auctioned off were a 2-day visit to the set of Breaking Bad ($22,000), a holiday card picture taken with Al Pacino ($25,000), and the chance to hang out with Golden Globe hosts Amy Poehler and Tina Fey for the night ($36,000).

The benefit at Manhattan’s Beacon Theater also included performances by Carly Rae Jepsen and Katy Perry.

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