'American Idol': Fantasia Barrino serves up 'Collard Greens and Cornbread'

fantasia-gi.jpgSeason three winner Fantasia Barrino brought plenty of style with her when she returned to the "American Idol" stage to perform her song, "Collard Greens and Cornbread," on Thursday (March 31).

Especially following a weak performance of Ashford & Simpson's "Solid as a Rock" from Naima Adedapo and Jacob Lusk, Fantasia's utter control of the mic and her voice stood in stark contrast. Take a lesson, kids.

And she brought that little bit of Fantasia weird that we grew to know and love seven years ago (has it been that long?!). The song started out with a melody that evoked The Supremes' "Heaven Must've Sent You from Above," (which has us wondering why Fantasia didn't perform during Motown week instead of the incongruous Sugarland) but quickly morphed into a song that was pure Fantasia.

Look for Barrino next on the big screen, playing gospel singer Mahalia Jackson.
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