Before Beyoncé became a music icon and the undisputed Queen of the Universe, she was the 10-year-old lead singer of a '90s girl group called Girl's Tyme. Tapes of those elusive baby Bey performances recently surfaced, and now they're being auctioned off for millions of dollars.
That's right. When you're as famous as Beyoncé, someone will pay millions of dollars for tapes of you dancing around stage as a 10-year-old.
According to Entertainment Weekly, Ted Owen & Co. (a company that sells collectibles and memorabilia) is auctioning off the 12 tapes, which contain two-and-a-half hours of footage from 1992 of Bey rocking out with Girl's Tyme. Girl's Tyme started out performing hip-hop and R&B in their hometown of Houston, and eventually made their way onto Star Search, the '90s equivalent of American Idol. The tapes are predicted to sell for a whopping $3.8 million.
You can watch a two minute clip of the delightfully '90s videos below.
For any millionaire Beyhive members who may be reading this, you should know that the auction closes on January 10, 2017. Get your bids in now.