Michael Jackson's crystal-studded white glove is an important piece that completed his overall look.
The iconic accessory the King of Pop made famous throughout the '80s recently got sold at an auction for over £85,000, quite a staggering amount.
According to The Sun, the item was snagged by an anonymous bidder at an auction in Texas. The buyer also received a certificate of authenticity which confirms that it was first donated to UNICEF in 1998.
The famous white glove that MJ usually sported on his left hand made its television debut on May 16, 1983 during the singer's historic performance at Motown 25: Yesterday, Today, Forever. The taped anniversary special also marked the debut of his signature moonwalk.