Olivia Newton-John to Auction 'Grease' Memorabilia, Including Her Black Leather Jacket

 Olivia Newton-John during the annual Wellness Walk and Research Run
Olivia Newton-John Photo credit Scott Barbour/Getty Images

One of the most iconic-costumes worn in one of the most memorable scenes from one of the most beloved films of all-time is going on the auction block.

The black leather jacket and skin-tight pants worn by Olivia Newton-John in the finale of “Grease” are among the dozens of items that will be up for sale on November 2nd via Julien’s.

Other items from the 1978 classic that will be available include Newton-John’s original script and the lace gown she wore to the premiere.

“The collection includes over 200 of the most iconic film and television worn costumes, ensembles, gowns, personal items and accessories,” Julien’s said in a statement. “All owned and used by the four-time Grammy award-winning singer and Hollywood film star and one of the best-selling musical artists of all time who has sold 100 million records worldwide.”

Items related to Newton-John’s cult-classic film “Xanadu” and her double platinum album Physical will also be for sale.

The 70-year-old is battling stage 4 breast cancer, and proceeds from the auction will go to the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness & Research Center in her native Australia.

“I’m doing great,” she told Media Planet. “It’s unlikely you ever get rid of it all but you can live with it and that’s what I’m doing.”