Transcript for Original Copies of Shakespeare's Work Auctioned for $3.6M
Come on in. "Pop news" time and the question this morning is to bid or not to bid. Well, that is the question. And the answer was a big yes. This year marks the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare's death and four centuries later the playwright continues to make headlines. Yesterday Christie's put the original copies of his first four books on the auction block considered the holy grail of publishing. It includes his first one that had 36 plays, 18 of which never appeared in print before and an anonymous American collector took home the lot for a hefty price that even the merchant of Venice would balk at, $3.68 million. That's actually does not -- A ton of money but I would have thought it was more. Could he not put out those plays? I don't know. Let's call our lawyers. So there you go then bon jovi in the news. Fans, prayers have been answered. The New Jersey based band revealing their album is finally done. In their Twitter post they said just that. The album is done celebrating in this photo with their producer here yesterday in New York. The record is entitled "This house is not for sale" it'll be released in partnership with island universal. No one is giving a drop date but I'll be there with an update as soon as we find out. Love that. Thank you, thank you. We were waiting for that. We were. Wait for it. We have to sneak one in. You got to. Prom season is here again. It's also the Cannes film festival. If you're elle fanning, you have to B in Cannes and had the premiere of "The neon demon." Time for the senior prom and her friend brought the fun to France and posing prom style for pictures elle captioned in part thank you for flying out since I could not be home and making our prom night one to remember forever. I say #toocute. #Theywin. Exactly. Best of both worlds. You are right. Finally love this video.
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