How Beyonce Proteges Chloe x Halle's Lives Have Changed

Atlanta-born sister duo Chloe and Halle Bailey first found fame on YouTube performing Beyoncé covers.
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Test Text1 italics Test Text1 play of teen singing sensations on youtube, but this pair are so popular they caught the eye of the queen bee herself. Sisters Chloe and holly Bailey are getting in formation. Beyonce 2.0 is ready to soar. Here's Byron pits. ♪ Reporter: The queen bee, beyonce in the ground breaking visual album, "Lemonade" with cameos from Serena Williams and those two teenage girls. 17 and 16-year-old Chloe and holly Bailey who caught her attention when they sang pretty hurts. ♪ Reporter: It's now phenomenon viewed more than 11.5 million times. How did she hear about you? Youtube. We did the cover to pretty hurts. That one out of all the covers got the most traction. Two weeks later we got the e-mail from park wood. After we received that two days later we heard she wanted to sign us. We were screaming. Yeah, we were like what is happening? Oh, my gosh. Reporter: It's like the queen bee signed them to a reported $1 million deal for six albums with park wood entertainment. We're to happy because we're given the freedom to make what we want to make. She's a great role model in every aspect of life. At 12 and 11 they started singing covers of popular songs and posted them online. You became youtube sensations. How did that combatting about? A lot of people said maybe you should sing this person's song and post it, and then one day we were at home and we were like, we're kind of bored. Let's do this. Let's sing this song we like, "Best thing I never had". When we saw 100 views we were excited. 100 views. Oh, my goodness, and a week later it was 10,000. We were like what is happening. Reporter: Their you channel growing to more than 686,000 followers. Their videos have a total of 56 million views. ♪ Reporter: Hits by Adele. ♪ Reporter: And lord. ♪ Reporter: Their music a unique blend of r&b, funk, rock and soul. Starring in movies. But I want to marry Michael Jackson. Reporter: All right. Do you remember this? Oh, I totally remember that. ♪ Reporter: I remember being so nervous. We were 6 and 8, right? Yeah. ♪ Loving you ♪ . That's so crazy. Like ten years ago. Reporter: And like their mentor, they are young, gifted and raised right. Look how they greetedgr our entire crew when we first met. Hi, I'm Chloe. Reporter: Two young ladies raised right. A quality not lost for the first lady. Let me tell you, I was so impressed with these young women and their family. My girls, Chloe and Hallie, come out. Reporter: How many artists get to say we were deuced on stage by the first lady of the United States? You get goose bumps saying her name. We were backstage and about to go on. I was about to break down crying while she was introducing us. I was like Chloe, we're going on stage. You cannot cry right now. Reporter: Even after meetings with the likes of Michelle Obama and Oprah, they're still just teenage girls who enjoy shopping. This is cool. I like this. Reporter: And have their typical sister rivalry. Why you blaming me? It's always over the smallest thing. You're wearing my clothes. But we always say sorry within minutes. Reporter: Who is guilty of wearing whose clothes? She wears more of my stuff. I think I'm guilty. Yeah. Sometimes you pick shoes. Reporter: And always there with them on the road, their father, Doug. What scares you? Sometimes the possibility of possibly losing themselves. And when I say that I mean not being true to their own visions. Reporter: Anything scare you about how far you've come so quickly? The only thing I fear is not taking risk and not being completely who I am, and I'm so glad my sister and I are here to keep each other on the right path and always do what's right and what's positive. Reporter: That bond extends beyond words before their first ever New York City performance for their new EP, sugar symphony, it starts with a prayer, and then bursts into an explosion. We keep hearing the phrase black girl magic. What does that mean to you two? That means to me to just be so confident in who you are because it's magic. And you should just be confident in the skin you're in and everyone is beautiful no matter what shade. Don't be afraid. You're magical. You hold so much power in your hands. Reporter: And that magic extends off stage to their fans. Selfies, the millennial's autograph. You are living the dream. Tell me the dream ten years from now. Just to continue sharing our miez music and growing and getting better and putting out a wonderful message into the world. And ever since we were little our biggest dreams were to get grammys. Reporter: What would you say to other young girls who have big dreams? It's just believe in yourself. Because you believe in yourself, the outside does not matter. Don't let anybody tell you you cannot do something, because you can and you should prove them wrong, because that is the most fun thing when you can turn around and be like ha, I did it. Okay? Reporter: For night line, I'm pits in New York. Up next, apps are where it's

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