Joan Collins, the Emmy-winning actress, writer, and columnist, who's probably best known for the primetime soap opera Dynasty, has sold her luxury Park Avenue apartment for $2 million.

Located on 57th Street and Park Avenue, the building, known as The Dorchester is what's known as a "white-glove" co-op. In regular people speak that means someone is there to do everything for you 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

The Dorchester is 21 stories tall and was built in 1957. It's been home to several high-profile celebrities over the years like Elizabeth Taylor, Peter Sellers, and Andy Warhol.

When you take a look at the gallery of pictures see if you notice anything strange. It might take you a minute, but Joan Collins' apartment is actually completely empty. Even though it looks like it's full of furniture. It was virtually staged. Apparently, that's a thing now.

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