Pharrell William is auctioning off the infamous brown hat he wore to the 2014 Grammys, and the proceeds are going to charity. Find out how much the hat is going for! Credit: Larry Busacca/

Arby's can get their hat back! After turning heads at the 2014 Grammys for his questionable fashion statement, Pharrell Williams has decided to auction off his now-infamous oversized brown fedora.

"I'm auctioning off my hat from the Grammys to benefit From One Hand to Another," the 40-year-old singer tweeted on Thursday, Feb. 20. "Hey @Arbys, you want my hat? Now's your chance . . ." he added with a link to the auction on eBay.

After Williams walked the red carpet at the Grammys on Jan. 26 styling the hat, the fast food chain tweeted: "Hey @Pharrell, can we have our hat back?" The restaurant's logo is a large red cowboy hat that looks remarkably similar to the shape of Williams' Vivienne Westwood "Mountain" hat.

Just hours after the auction started, Williams tweeted: "We started my hat auction at $200 (the price I paid for it) and it's already up to over 10K?" Bidding on the 10-day auction has already reached over $10,000 after less than one day.

Proceeds benefit From One Hand to Another, which is Williams' charity for at-risk youths.