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Sex Symbol’s Pink Palace On The Block

Associated Press

QVC is taking “home shopping” literally.

New month, the shopping network will try to sell the Pink Palace, a Beverly Hills, Calif., mansion once belonging to actress Jayne Mansfield and now the home of Las Vegas headliner Engelbert Humperdinck. The price will be $3.9 million.

The Sept. 6 show will launch an “Extreme Shopping” series that will run once a month, spokeswoman Ellen Rubin said.

Humperdinck will give a tour of the estate as part of the program, Rubin said.

Miss Mansfield died in a car-truck accident while on her way to a nightclub in New Orleans 30 years ago at the age of 34. Born Vera Jayne Palmer, she was dubbed by the media as a “sex kitten” and “the blonde sex queen.”

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