Life Auction for the Lady Gaga’s “found” dress from “Golden Globes” By weekster Posted on 2 weeks ago 2 min read Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ The blue dress that Lady Gaga (33) wore in January for the Golden Globes presentation is currently being offered for sale through Nate D. Sanders Auctions. You can bid from $ 8000. Only now it appears that the couture piece should never have ended up at the auction house. This is reported by Page Six. “We work together with several parties to get the dress back to the right person” According to Sara Corea, an employee of the Beverly Hilton hotel, the Valentino dress is said to have been ‘left behind by the star’. The Golden Globes took place in the hotel in question and Corea claims to have taken the dress to the found objects after she found the item of clothing in Gaga’s hotel room. According to her, for months no one came to pick up the dress and she was allowed to keep it. Sara would then have decided to have the design piece auctioned. A spokesperson for the hotel said that Gaga’s dress was not stolen and that it was never intended that the piece would end up at an auction house. “We are currently investigating what exactly happened, but let’s say that theft is out of the question. We are working with multiple parties to get the dress back to the right person.” Both fashion house Valentino and auction house Nate D. Sanders Auctions have been asked for a response, but neither has responded to the incident.