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Monday, August 21, 2023

Celebration as Journalist Matthew Belloni confirmed Ariana Grande split from her manager, Scooter Braun

Celebration as Journalist Matthew Belloni confirmed Ariana Grande split from her manager, Scooter Braun.

Journalist Matthew Belloni confirms Ariana Grande and Demi Lovato have reportedly parted ways with manager Scooter Braun.



Lovato left Braun’s SB Projects about a month ago and she’s yet to partner with new management. Reps for Lovato and Braun did not immediately reply to a request for comment.

News of Lovato’s split from Braun notably comes just a few days after reports emerged that one of Braun’s other major high-profile clients, Justin Bieber, was looking to leave SB Projects. However, both Bieber and Braun have reportedly rejected those reports as “not true.”


Lovato was a child actress on the TV series Barney & Friends and had a breakthrough as a teen star on the Disney Channel film Camp Rock and the network series Sonny With a Chance. She also worked as a judge on The X Factor.

The performer entered rehab in 2010 after struggling with an eating disorder, self-mutilation and other issues, and she has spoken openly about her battles with drugs and alcohol over the years.


Lovato first started working with SB Projects in 2019, about one year after her near-fatal overdose. As she revealed in her 2021 docuseries Dancing With the Devil, Lovato specifically sought out Braun as a manager as she prepared to relaunch her career following a stint in rehab. But Braun initially wasn’t interested in the gig, recalling in the documentary, “We had a plan for not only how we were going to say no but who we were going to recommend.”

After meeting with Lovato, however, Braun realized that he had to take her on as a client. “She didn’t need a manager, she needed a friend,” he said. “She needed someone who knew what to do but didn’t need her to work.”

Under Braun’s direction, Lovato released 2021’s Dancing with the Devil… the Art of Starting Over and 2022’s Holy Fvck. Both albums struggled to launch a hit on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. She was previously managed by Phil McIntyre of PhilyMack.

On Sept. 15, Lovato will release Revamped, which includes rock versions of 10 of her songs. Her hits include “Sorry Not Sorry,” “Give Your Heart a Break,” “Heart Attack” and “Cool for the Summer.” Her 2015 album, Confident, earned the singer her first-ever Grammy nomination for best pop vocal album; she also competed for best pop duo/group performance in 2019 for her guest appearance on Christina Aguilera’s “Fall In Line.”  

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