NEW YORK, May 4 (UPI) -- Three aspiring singers have just hit the musical jackpot, they've been signed by Beyoncé to join her management company, Parkwood Entertainment.
The New York Post first reported that the singer has asked a New York judge to approve the five-year deals because the three girls are under legal age.
Beyoncé must have stumbled across the viral video of the Bailey sister's cover of "Pretty Hurts", which has over 8 million views, because the first contract is for 17-year-old Chloe and 15-year-old Halle who posted their rendition in 2013.
The father of the talented duo told the Post, "We cannot think of a better person to help guide the girls." The $1 million contract would include six albums over the five years and Queen Bey would receive 15 percent of the girls earnings.
Sophie Beem is the third artist to be offered a contract by Jay Z's wife. The 14-year-old finished in the top 40 contentsants in the 2012 season of The X Factor. Since pleasing the Parkwood Entertainment executives, Beem's $560,000 deal is only based on a recording deal because the company doesn't think she is "ready to being recording music", the Daily News reports.
Either way the talented young artists are in good hands if Beyoncé is their mentor.