Alicia Keys Auctions Off Personal Belongings
As Alicia Keys settles into her new life as mom and wife, the singer is letting go of a lot of extra baggage, literally. The multi-Grammy winner is selling her 9,000 square foot mansion in Long Island, N.Y., and auctioned off much of her furniture and personal belongings later this week.
Keys is unloading tons of her belongings including furniture, lamps, area rugs, exercise equipment, a pool table and a trampoline. American Auction, the company listing the items for auction, does liquidations, auctions and appraisals for clients in New York and Los Angeles. Attendees looking to snag pieces of Keys' belongings will be charged a $100 per-person non-refundable registration fee to enter the auction.
The 30-year-old has been spending much of her time in Manhattan, often spotted walking around the city with husband Swizz Beatz and her baby boy Egypt Daoud Dean. In the latest issue of Essence magazine, Keys opened up about her new life, gushing over her new roles as mother and wife. "I feel so open now," she explained. "To feel open like this means you've found the center in yourself. You're not hiding; you're not worried about anything. Everything's going to be just fine."
Keys' auction begins May 22 at 12PM. For more information visit AmericanAssetsOnline.com.
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