Beyoncé - "Schoolin' Life"

J.R. Taylor Choreography

Monday, January 12, 2009

It looks as though Fantasia Barrino won't be losing her $1.3 million home on Bevington Place in Charlotte, North Carolina.
An attorney for the Broward Energy Partners lending company told 'The Associated Press' that the auction of the season three 'American Idol' winner is off because an agreement has been reached with between both parties.
Charlotte-based attorney Larry Goldman told the 'AP' via e-mail on Saturday that an agreement had been reached, but did not offer any additional details on the matter.

Goldman represents the Florida-based lender that was trying to get the star of Broadway's 'The Color Purple' repay money it loaned her in 2006 for tax payments on the property.
If the agreement between the two parties had not been reached, the 24-year-old singer's home would have been sold at auction on Monday, Jan. 12 by the Mecklenberg County Sheriff's Office.