Truth be told, I'm intrigued.
Last night at the Cannes Film Festival, Leonardo DiCaprio was gracious enough to offer his Palm Springs home to the highest bidder.
The Oscar winner took part in amfAR's 23rd Cinema Against AIDS Gala at Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc.
According to Deadline, the stay at DiCaprio's home includes accommodations for up to 12 guests who must abide by the "house rules" (don't be maniacs)
The week-long stay is available during the area's high season (3 p.m. check-in on January 16th, 10 a.m. checkout on January 23rd) when the desert weather isn't unbearable.
“Now that’s very rare – that’s something only a few hundred Victoria’s Secret models have been able to do,” Kevin Spacey joked.
“And apparently Orlando Bloom is going to be bidding on that one. No, no, no, it’s fine, it’s fine. He and Katy have an understanding – they don’t mind what goes on near the desert.”
The trip went for 150,000 euros. According to People, last year DiCaprio auctioned off an evening on board a yacht, including dinner.
Unlike the Palm Springs prize, this excursion included DiCaprio.
The gala's theme this year was disco, with performances by Katy Perry Sister Sledge and The Village People.
Bella Hadid Karlie Kloss, Jourdan Dunn, Alessandra Ambrosio and Doutzen Kroes walked the catwalk, showing off looks from 32 different designers, all of which was auctioned off for charity.
Meanwhile, DiCaprio has kept himself busy in Cannes, hanging out with model Georgia Fowler (of course) one of the city's clubs.
Last week, he was seen with Polish model Ela Kawalec in New York, a completely different city, country and time zone. Ergo, he is not a modelizer, but merely an International Man of Pleasure.
JK, he's a modelizer.
"They were dancing," one witness inside Bodega Negra said.
"Leo was dancing with her in his arms and canoodling. They were doing their thing, bumping and grinding."
As you do.