Ellen DeGeneres does housework in the early spring.
The talk show host has put around $ 10 million in art from her private collection on the auction block.
Some of the pieces she unloads were spotted at remote performances during the lockdown, such as several expensive sheep sculptures.
French designer François-Xavier Lalanne’s sheep pieces are “priced at $ 500,000 to $ 1 million each,” according to Bloomberg, and some of them have already been ripped off.
DeGeneres, 62, also sells a work by Jean-Michel Basquiat on paper and a mobile sculpture by Alexander Calder through Sotheby’s gallery in the Hamptons.
And there would be a painting by Basquiat that she sells at the Van de Weghe Fine Art gallery.
DeGeneres’ mini fire sale follows a disastrous summer for the ever-popular TV personality with reports of a toxic work environment on her long-running show.
Earlier this week, she addressed the turmoil in the opening monologue of the Season 18 premiere, apologizing for what happened behind the scenes and promising viewers that she is the person “you are see on television ”.
Sothebys and the Van de Weghe gallery did not respond to comments.