Going, going, gone! Leonardo DiCaprio looks dapper as he auctions off a week-long stay at his Palm Springs house during amfAR gala...but he won't be at home!

Leonardo DiCaprio looked dapper as he took to the stage during the amfAR’s 2016 Cinema Against AIDS Gala at the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc on Thursday in Cannes on Thursday night. 

The 41-year-old star auctioned off a week long stay at his Palm Springs residence, however, the heart-throb stressed thoroughly that he wouldn't be there

Still, that didn't put off the lucky winner, who bid a cool $336,000 for the opportunity.

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Passionate: Leonardo DiCaprio, 41, auctioned off a week long stay at his Palm Springs residence on Thursday night to raise money at the amfAR gala - it sold for $336,000

Passionate: Leonardo DiCaprio, 41, auctioned off a week long stay at his Palm Springs residence on Thursday night to raise money at the amfAR gala - it sold for $336,000

After spending the last couple of Cannes appearances parting the night away in casual gear with an array of stunning models, the Academy Award winner was suited and booted. 

Wearing a black suit with satin a-line collar detailing, he looked every inch the movie-star as he stood in-front of a dramatic silver shimmery background.

The industry veteran went on to team a crisp white shirt with a little black bow tie and had his hair slicked back.

Can you just stop by for dinner? He looked teasingly dapper as he mentioned he wouldn't be home during the stay for the lucky winner- which was eventually auctioned off for $336,000

Can you just stop by for dinner? He looked teasingly dapper as he mentioned he wouldn't be home during the stay for the lucky winner- which was eventually auctioned off for $336,000

Scrubbing up well: The Academy Award winner was suited and booted after partying the last couple of night away with an array of models 

Scrubbing up well: The Academy Award winner was suited and booted after partying the last couple of night away with an array of models 

Leonardo went on to display a passionate talk about the worldwide fight against AIDS and finding a cure.

After his efforts which saw the stay for 12 people auctioned off, he felt inspired and went on to sell a second for just $112,000.

He was also joined by heavy-weight film producer Harvey Weistein, who congratulated him on his passion and commitments. 

A-list pals: Heavy-weight film producer Harvey Weistein, who congratulated him on his passion and commitments

A-list pals: Heavy-weight film producer Harvey Weistein, who congratulated him on his passion and commitments

Handsome: Wearing a black suit with satin a-line collar detailing, he looked every inch the heartthrob as he stood in-front of a dramatic silver shimmery background
Handsome: Wearing a black suit with satin a-line collar detailing, he looked every inch the heartthrob as he stood in-front of a dramatic silver shimmery background

Handsome: Wearing a black suit with satin a-line collar detailing, he looked every inch the heartthrob as he stood in-front of a dramatic silver shimmery background

This isn't his first time at the rodeo as last year he sold a fancy dinner on a luxury yacht with him as well as a highly sought after art piece by Banksy, which ended up selling for $33.4 million.

House Of Cards actor Kevin Spacey also joined Leo where he auctioned off a walk-on role in the political web drama.

This wasn't before Kevin poked fun of Leo and his lothario ways after spotting him taking a bottle of champagne off another table to restock his own.

'Tonight you can bid on a stay at the Las Vegas home of Leonardo DiCaprio. It's something very special, only a few hundred Victoria's Secret models have had!' Kevin Spacey poked fun at Leo before auctioning off a walk-on role on House Of Cards 

'Tonight you can bid on a stay at the Las Vegas home of Leonardo DiCaprio. It's something very special, only a few hundred Victoria's Secret models have had!' Kevin Spacey poked fun at Leo before auctioning off a walk-on role on House Of Cards 

'We'll make AIDS history': Helen Mirren looked sensational as she took to the stage to speak about the charity fundraiser 

'We'll make AIDS history': Helen Mirren looked sensational as she took to the stage to speak about the charity fundraiser 

Beauty: Karlie Kloss turned heads during the night in an old-school suede black off-the-shoulder gown with a thigh high split 

Beauty: Karlie Kloss turned heads during the night in an old-school suede black off-the-shoulder gown with a thigh high split 

'Tonight you can bid on a stay at the Las Vegas home of Leonardo DiCaprio. It's something very special, only a few hundred Victoria's Secret models have had,' he joked, which Leo took with a pinch of salt. 

Actress Helen Mirren who was also in attendance, observed at the event: 'AIDS is still a devastating illness, destroying communities all over the world and this charity will help with that so we'll make AIDS history.' 

Karlie Kloss, Uma Thurman, Katy Perry and Karolina Kurkova were just a few of the other big names at the star-studded charity fundraiser.  

Head-turners: Katy Perry (L) and Lily Donaldson (R) looked stunning in shimmery numbers at the gala
Head-turners: Katy Perry (L) and Lily Donaldson (R) looked stunning in shimmery numbers at the gala

Head-turners: Katy Perry (L) and Lily Donaldson (R) looked stunning in shimmery numbers at the gala

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