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Annie Murphy Is Raising More Money For A Toronto Charity With A Hilarious Paper Plate

A must-have piece of crockery for any die-hard Schitt's Creek fan.
Schitt's Creek's Annie Murphy Is Raising Money For Charity With A Very Special Paper Plate

Most paper plates don't cost more than $2,000 USD, but most paper plates don't have the lyrics to a hit Schitt's Creek song written on them.

Annie Murphy, who plays Alexis Rose on the TV show, is running another auction for charity, but this time she's offering a piece of incredible Schitt's Creek memorabilia.

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According to an Instagram post from Murphy, the paper plate was used when she recorded "A Little Bit Alexis," the fictional theme song to Alexis Rose's reality TV show.

"This, in all of its paper platey glory, is what I used while recording A Little Bit Alexis, because my brain is old and full of holes," Murphy wrote in the post.

Murphy recently auctioned off her first red carpet dress for $7,000 USD to raise money for Toronto's Encampment Support Network.

This time, half of the money is going to Eva's Initiatives, a charity that works with homeless youths in Toronto.

The other half will go to a charity that "we decide upon like a couple of mature adults," Murphy said.

Interested Schitt's Creek fans should send their bids to the email provided in the post if they want this piece of iconic Alexis Rose history.   

But bids are already up to $2,000 USD, according to Murphy, so you might need a bit of the Rose family fortune to be in with a chance of winning! 

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