Beyoncé is not only one of the wealthiest, most talented women in the world–she’s also reportedly in the business of making dreams come true.
Rumor has it that the chart-topper has signed three teen singers to her Parkwood Entertainment company.
According to The Global Grind, Beyoncé’s manager discovered sisters Chloe and Halle Bailey, from Los Angeles, on YouTube. The girls, 17 and 15 respectively, performed an impressive version of Beyoncé’s “Pretty Hurts,” bringing in more than 10 million views.
They’ve reportedly been signed for a $1 million contract for “up to six albums over five years,” with Beyoncé taking 15% of their gross income.
The third lucky potential star is Sophie Beem, a 14-year-old New Yorker who finished in The X Factor‘s top 40 back in 2012. She reportedly performed for Parkwood executives, who then agreed to sign her for a $600,000 contract.
Pretty may hurt, but talent sure doesn’t! If all of this is true, these girls are in for the experience of a lifetime thanks to their idol.