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Lillian Frank ([[Valarie Pettiford]]) énekesnő egy nightclubban. A film elején lányával, Billie-vel adja elő ''Lillie’s Blues'' című dalát, de nem nagy sikerrel, és kirúgják. Mivel szüksége van pénzre, elmegy volt szeretője, Billie apja házához, aki ad nekik pénzt. Lillian nem sokkal később véletlenül felgyújtja a házát, mert cigarettával alszik el. Emiatt Billie-t nevelőotthonba viszik, ahol megismerkedik két legjobb barátnőjével, Louise-zal ([[Da Brat]]) és Roxanne-nel ([[Tia Texada]]). Lillian nem szerzi vissza lánya felügyeleti jogát.
Lillian Frank ([[Valarie Pettiford]]) is a performer at a nightclub. Lillian tries to rouse the crowd with her torch song, "Lillie's Blues", with her daughter Billie (Isabel Gomes) accompanying her on vocals. The plot fails and Lillian is fired. Desperate for money, Lillian goes up to her former lovers house, who is also Billie's father, to ask for some. He hands them a small amount of money and Lillian stuffs the cash in her bosom. Despite this, Lilian still feels defeated and lights a cigarette, accidentally falls asleep with it and starts a fire, causing the building to be evacuated. Due to her mother's actions, Billie is [[Foster care|fostered]]. Lillian promises she will regain custody but never does. Billie's father is not in the picture.
 
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Billie és Dice elkezdenek dalokon dolgozni; első közös daluk, a ''Didn’t Mean to Turn You On'' sikert arat, és sikerül leszerződniük egy nagyobb kiadóhoz, amit Guy Richardson vezet. Dice vacsorázni hívja Billie-t, majd együtt töltik az éjszakát. Billie első, nagyobb kiadónál megjelent dala, a ''[[Loverboy]]'' nagy sikert arat. Videoklipjében eredetileg Billie, Louise és Roxanne szerepelnek, a rendezőnek azonban nem tetszik a klip, ráparancsol Billie-re, hogy szexisebb ruhákat hordjon, és félmeztelen férfi táncosokra cseréli Louise-t és Roxanne-t. Billie-t megijeszti, hogy a férfiak túl közel táncolnak hozzá, ezért Dice elviszi a forgatásról.
Billie and Dice start working on songs: the first being the hit underground single, "Didn't Mean to Turn You On". Dice advises Billie to play off record companies to secure a bigger deal. Ultimately they sign with Guy Richardson of a major record label. With success in their hands, Dice asks Billie to dinner. Later, he asks her up to his apartment and they sleep together. Billie's first major single, "[[Loverboy (Mariah Carey song)|Loverboy]]" is a success. The [[music video]] originally features Billie, Louise, and Roxanne. However, the director, dissatisfied with the results, orders Billie to wear more revealing clothing and replaces Louise and Roxanne with professional semi-nude male dancers. When the male dancers are then ordered to dance closely to Billie, this frightens her. Dice intervenes on her behalf, and they leave the set before the music video can be finished.
 
Billie ír egy dalt az anyjáról, a ''[[Reflections (Care Enough)|Reflections]]''t, de Dice-nak nem engedik, hogy ő legyen a producer. A lányt ezután meghívják, hogy lépjen fel az USA Music Awards díjkiosztón, ahol találkozik egy Rafael nevű énekes-dalszerzővel ([[Eric Benét]]). Rafael egy partin azt javasolja Billie-nek, hogy írjanak közösen egy dalt, de Dice féltékeny, és ráparancsol a lányra és barátnőire, hogy távozzanak a partiról. Roxanne azt mondja Billie-nek, hogy választania kell köztük és Dice között. Billie és Dice kibékülnek, de Timothy megfenyegeti őket, mert Dice még nem fizette ki neki a tartozását. Dice úgy megveri Timothyt, hogy kórházba kerül, és Billie-nek le kell mondania egy fellépését, hogy kihozhassa barátját a fogdából. Emiatt összevesznek, és Billie visszaköltözik a barátnőihez.
Dice is denied permission to produce songs on Billie's debt, including "[[Reflections (Care Enough)|Reflections]]", which Billie wrote about her mother. Billie is called to perform at the USA Music Awards, where she meets singer/songwriter Rafael ([[Eric Benét]]). Later at the party, they meet again, and Rafael suggests they write a song. Dice orders Billie and her friends to leave, accusing Rafael of sexual advances towards Billie. Louise and Roxanne give Billie an ultimatum: them or Dice, but leave before she can choose. Billie cries, but is comforted by Dice as she laments "If you didn't believe in me, none of this would have ever happened." The reconciliation is short-lived as Billie gets a threat from Timothy concerning the debt that Dice failed to pay. Billie tells Dice that Timothy was at their apartment about his debt and her contract. She is confused because she thought he had handled her contract properly. She admits to Dice that Timothy threatened her and Dice, in a rage, puts Timothy in the hospital. In the middle of the beating, Dice is arrested, causing Billie to leave her appearance on ''Late Night Live'' to bail him out. Billie, upset about how Dice lied about her contract and his arrest, argues with and leaves him. With nowhere to go, she goes back to live with Roxanne and Louise.
 
Billie tries to deal with the pain by creating the single "Want You", with Rafael, which is a hit, but her emotional pain leads her to solo songwriting. Dice also misses Billie, and also begins writing a song. Billie goes to Dice's apartment in an attempt to reconcile. He's not home, but the music he has written is and Billie realizes they wrote the same song: "[[Never Too Far]]". She kisses the sheet music, leaving a lipstick imprint, which Dice later discovers. Dice plans a reconciliation, but is shot dead by Timothy. Billie's management and support crew see a report of the murder on television. They wonder if Billie was with him, they see that she is there and has seen the report. Billie onstage commands the band to stop playing "Loverboy," tells the crowd never to take someone for granted, and that if you love them, you should tell them, because you might never have the chance to tell them how you really feel. She then starts to sing "Never Too Far".