We Now Know Who Actually Bought Stuff From Russell Crowe's Divorce Auction

  • We Now Know Who Actually Bought Stuff From Russell Crowe's Divorce Auction

We Now Know Who Actually Bought Stuff From Russell Crowe's Divorce Auction

Oliver then revealed that he'd actually bought a bunch of the memorabilia, including Crowe and Denzel Washington's chairs from the set of "American Gangster" and the vest Crowe wore in the film "Les Miserables".

"So, on Tuesday, as you scrape together your taxes and like Cardi B, wonder what Uncle Sam is doing with your motherf--ing money, rest assured that Donald Trump's tax reform continues to let companies engage in sophisticated tax avoidance schemes", Oliver said.

The buy, revealed in Sunday's show, may not have been a surprise to regular viewers of the show who are familiar with its previous purchase of auctioned-off dead-Presidents wax figures. They paid $7,000 (£4,885) for the item. Oliver bought Crowe's memorabilia so that it can be featured in Blockbuster's Anchorage, Alaska location as a "fun, movie-themed way to draw people in" and keep its doors open.

First, an update on the once-ubiquitous Blockbuster chain: there are still four operating Blockbuster stores in the United States.

"To the manager of the only remaining Blockbuster in Anchorage, Alaska at 5600 Debarr Road #5 ... all of this s- is yours", Oliver said.

"I mean, I'm not sure I want a Russell Crowe jockstrap". He wasn't sure how to get hold of Oliver or the show to say yes. "Just call us in the next 48 hours and we will send this to you". "But if they are going to give it to us a blockbuster video in Alaska ..."