Miley Cyrus auctioned off some of her artwork for charity on Tuesday (16th June). The 22-year-old singer and philanthropist auctioned artwork based on Caitlyn Jenner’s recent Vanity Fair cover. The three framed pictures featured Jenner’s cover picture with Cyrus’ own embellishments and added details which included additional colour, glitter and altered backdrops. Cyrus had previously shared her re-imagined covers with fans on Instagram and further revealed her finished work with pictures from the auction. The Wrecking Ball singer auctioned off the pictures whilst attending the amfAR’s sixth annual gala. The three pictures were sold as a set and raised an impressive $69,000. The proceeds from the sale will help amfAR continue its mission in supporting AIDS research and HIV education, according to Us Weekly. Cyrus was a guest of honour at the event, which was held at Manhattan’s Spring Street Studios, along with talk show host Andy Cohen. Cyrus was honoured with the Inspiration Award for her work with LGBT youth and homeless. The former Hannah Montana star is the founder of The Happy Hippie Foundation, an organisation which aims to provide LGBT youth and their families with support and resources to promote understanding and acceptance within families.