Beyoncé's management company signs three teens
Chloe Bailey, Halle Bailey and Sophie Beem are Queen Bey's new dreamgirls
YouTube stars Chloe and Halle Bailey and former The X Factor contestant Sophie Beem (pictured, centre) have been offered recording contracts totalling $1.5 million (approximately RM5.5m) by Parkwood Entertainment, the management company founded by Beyoncé in 2008.
The Halo singer's manager discovered California-based sisters Chloe, 17 and Halle, 15 from a YouTube video of the two singing Beyoncé's Pretty Hurts. Their mature pipes paired with their own piano and guitar accompaniment have earned them millions of views.
New Yorker Sophie, 14, was a Top 40 contestant on The X Factor in 2012. Her first audition gained the approval of all four judges, Simon Cowell, Britney Spears, L.A. Reid and Demi Lovato.
Chloe, Halle and Sophie's contracts are pending the approval of a Manhattan judge because all of them are minors. If the deal goes through, the Bailey sisters are looking at a $1 million contract for up to six albums over five years while Sophie has the same for $560,000, Page Six reports.