Leona Lewis is auctioning off an afternoon in her company in a bid to raise money for Haiti earthquake victims.
The special time could involve anything from bowling to horse-riding and a meal.
"I've been amazed and inspired by the courage of people in Haiti. What's happened has been so devastating, and I really want to do anything I can to help," the Mirror quoted her as saying.
She added: "At times like this we're reminded of how important it is to help, so please dig deep and thanks to all of your for your support." Bidding reached 2,000 pounds in just a few hours.
The other offers include a haircut from the singer's stylist Ben Cooke, a lesson from Lewis's make-up artist Jane Bradley and a signed disc and goodie bag.
The fund raised will be forwarded to Oxfam's relief efforts.