A clear out of Ed Sheeran's old bedroom has provided a charity auction with hundreds of items, including his pants.
The Suffolk based singer gave 330 personal bits to be put up for sale after emptying his bedroom at his family home in Framlingham.
A pair of orange boxer shorts fetched £120, while a guitar fetched five times the asking price at £10,200.
Some 500 people from across the world bid online for the items and raised £53,000 for a hospice.
The guitar was bought by fan Andy Austin from Diss in Norfolk.
"My heart was pounding, I just expected the numbers to keep going up.
"It's lovely to know the guitar is going to stay local and so exciting to actually get something proper of his," Mr Austin added.
Leanne Row from Stowmarket who spent £55 on a key-ring had been hoping to get the singer-songwriter's old notebook but found it was "a little bit above my budget".
"I named my son after him. He's Leo Sheeran so that's how big a fan I am," Ms Row added.
Other personal items that went under the hammer included a pair of the singer's Nike trainers, his used orange headphones, some snapped drumsticks and Ed's old school rugby shirt with his name on the back.
Sheeran's Hohner harmonica fetched £400.
All the proceeds raised from the auction will go to support Zest, a new initiative created by St Elizabeth Hospice for the care of young adults in the region who are living with progressive and terminal illnesses.
At the announcement of the auction, the 27-year-old singer said: "The care of young adults living with terminal illnesses is vital and I'm so pleased that the auction will raise both awareness and support for this important cause."
"He's so generous. So many people could do this in the world, but not many people do," said Stowmarket auctioneer, Oliver Miller.
An auction of Rod Stewart's personal furniture in September raised £90,000.