Videos of a tenacious 10-year-old Beyoncé are expected to fetch up to £3 million when they sell at auction early next year.
The two and a half hours of previously unseen footage, shot in 1992, is the earliest known professional recordings of Girls Tyme, the band which became Destiny's Child.
The footage shows Beyoncé, who was lead in the six girl hip hip group which included Kelly Rowland, performing and practicing dance routines for their first music video.
The twelve Betacam tapes are being auctioned by Ted Owen & Co in London, with bids starting at a bonkers £1.5 million.
“This recently unearthed and never seen original footage offers the viewer a candid insight into a 10 year old Beyoncé developing her craft that would ultimately make her the world’s biggest pop stars”, the site explains.
“This is a unique opportunity to acquire rare and original archival footage and witness the beginning of what we know to be Beyoncé’s incredible journey to superstardom”.
Though she's now known for her red carpet looks and glitzy on-stage outfits, she's sporting an uber 90s side ponytail in a multicoloured two-piece and neon dungarees over a bandeau.
Even at 10, you can see the drive and determination that has made her one of the biggest female singers in the world. This year her net worth was approximated at £350 million.
It's unknown what the notoriously private singer thinks of the sale of the videos but, if our home vids showed us with that much sass, we think we'd be a-ok.
The auction begun on 19th November and will run until 10 January 2017.
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