Three young girls just got the offer of a lifetime, courtesy of Beyonce.
Sisters Chloe and Halle Bailey, ages 17 and 15 respectively, have been scouted by Queen Bey’s Parkwood Entertainment along with 16-year-old Sophie Beem. According to the New York Daily News, the company has proposed contracts for the three singers that could make them millionaires. Court documents have been filed in Manhattan Supreme Court for review, as the girls are minors.
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The Bailey sisters “have been singing, dancing and acting together since they were toddlers,” the record indicate. Before going viral with seven million views of their cover of Beyonce’s “Pretty Hurts,” they appeared in three films, Meet the Browns, Last Holiday and Let It Shine. The two currently boast over a half million subscribers to their YouTube page. Beem is a singer/songwriter native of New York’s Upper East Side.
The Parkwood contract includes that if the company distributes their music, they could be paid “at least $60,000 and advances that could total almost $1 million if they make at least six albums,” according to the report. Beyonce is will also be actively involved with management.
Looks like Beyonce is taking her business to a whole new level.