For $3.8 Million, This Piece of '90s Beyoncé Memorabilia Can Be Yours
Early ‘90s Beyoncé might just be peak Beyoncé—but you’ll need a cool $3.8 million to find out for sure …
London auction house Ted Owen & Co. is offering the ultimate collection of Beyoncé memorabilia: 12 Betacam video tapes consisting of two-and-a-half hours of unreleased music video footage from Girls Tyme, the hip-hop group Bey fronted at just 10-years-old.
And it can all be yours—if the price is right. The tapes are being sold in a closed auction with bids welcome until Jan. 10. Bids are estimated to reach up to $3.8 million, but knowing the Beyhive, that’s more of a starting off point.
The auction house released a two-minute clip of the footage, which shows the young Queen Bey killing it onstage and off in a set of brilliant neon getups and bold scrunchies. This is all the proof you need to confirm that Beyoncé has been schoolin’ life since '92—before Destiny’s Child, before “Crazy in Love,” before Lemonade.
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