Now, she's ready to unload some of her most precious belongings for a good cause. The former All My Children star teamed up with Everything But the House , the world's largest estate sale marketplace, to auction off hundreds of her personal items. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to United Cerebral Palsy of New York City . WATCH: Susan Lucci Lends Historic Emmy Gown to Smithsonian "It's really more about divesting and lightening up," Lucci tells ET. "Many of the things I have I've accumulated over the course of my career and have been photographed on red carpets, have been on All My Children, have been on Devious Maids. And then there's furniture from my dressing room on All My Children and personal articles that mean a lot to me, either from events in my life or just beautiful china that I've accumulated that I'm no longer using." The auction lasts March 1 through March 10, with all items starting at just $1. View photos Some of the items include a Crate & Barrel blended cotton off-white feather down sofa that was used in Lucci's All My Children dressing rooms in New York and Los Angeles, a black evening dress ensemble that she wore to the 1993 Emmy Awards, a couture strapless formal Escada gown she wore to the 25th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards in 1998 and a vintage gold lame Anne Klein piece that she wore when she met Sammy Davis Jr., Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Shirley MacLaine. View photos Everything But the House As one would imagine, the task of sifting through all of her belongings was daunting, and that's precisely where EBTH came into play. "My son really found Everything But the House for me, and it was a way to do this without being so overwhelmed," she says. The charity involved, United Cerebral Palsy of New York City, holds a personal connection for Lucci, as her 8-year-old grandson, Brendan, was diagnosed with the congenital disorder. Last year, Brendan underwent a procedure that made it easier for him to walk.
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BBC Europe editor Katya Adler says the UK would have to start from scratch with no rebate, and enter accession talks with the EU. Every member state would have to agree to the UK re-joining. But she says with elections looming elsewhere in Europe, other leaders might not be generous towards any UK demands. New members are required to adopt the euro as their currency, once they meet the relevant criteria, although the UK could try to negotiate an opt-out. Who wanted the UK to leave the EU? The UK Independence Party, which received nearly four million votes - 13% of those cast - in May's general election, has campaigned for many years for Britain's exit from the EU. They were joined in their call during the referendum campaign by about half the Conservative Party's MPs, including Boris Johnson and five members of the then Cabinet. A handful of Labour MPs and Northern Ireland party the DUP were also in favour of leaving. What were their reasons for wanting the UK to leave?
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