The young girls were discovered through a video which went viral on the internet
Beyonce has found three young aspiring singers and she will turn them into the superstars of the future.
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According to New York Daily News, Parkwood Entertainment, Beyonce’s management company has signed a $1.5 million contract with three teenage singers. Two of them Chloe Bailey, 17 and Halle Bailey, 15 are sisters from California while third one Sophie Beem is a 14-year old girl. She was born in New York and was among the top 40 contestants of The X Factor 2012.
Beyonce discovered the two sisters through a YouTube video where both were singing “Pretty Hurt” a song from her last album entitled “Beyonce”. The video was uploaded by the girls and has been viewed more than 10 thousand times. The 33-year old singer was so impressed with the performance of the girls that she offered the sisters a huge contract which will make them millionaire in the days ahead.
The contract has been filed into the Manhattan Supreme Court for the approval of the judge because all three girls are minors and require a work permit for moving forward. The father of two girls, Douglas is excited about the whole thing, he said “We cannot think of a better person to help guide the girls.”
Chloe and Halle also took part in Radio Disney’s Next Big Thing and were declared the winner of the fifth season, broadcast in 2012. They also appeared twice on “The Ellen Show” and have done minor roles on both film and Television.
After this signing, they can become one of those artists who were mainly discovered through the YouTube, whose videos went viral on the website and they went onto become celebrities, recording their original songs and releasing their own albums. Justin Bieber, Esmee Denters and Grayson Chance are among many of the YouTube success stories.
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