Beyoncé's management company offers 3 teens life altering contracts

theGrio REPORT - Three teenage girls have been offered contracts by Beyoncé's management company, which could propel them into fame and fortune.

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It has been revealed this week, that three teenage girls have been offered contracts by Beyoncé’s management company, which could propel them into fame and fortune.

Chloe and Halle Bailey, 17 and 15 respectively, are sisters. The third girl, Sophie Beem, is a 16-year-old from the Upper East Side.

Chloe and Halle’s father says that they “have been singing, dancing and acting together since they were toddlers,” and that they have written hundreds of songs and even appeared in movies.

With the help of Beyoncé, “who the girls worship and who will, personally, be actively involved in managing,” the girls hope that their careers will skyrocket.

Sophie, in the meantime, has signed a recording option with Parkwood because the executives do not believe she is “ready to begin recording music.”

“Parkwood Music believes that Sophie’s music will be best showcased with a band,” the court papers state.

Here’s to hoping that these girls have what it takes to make it! With Beyoncé, they definitely have a fighting chance!

Below is a video of the sisters singing Pretty Hurts is 2013. The video immediately went viral and since the Beyonce is an major fan of YouTube, it has been speculated to be what originally got her attention.

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