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Demi Lovato, Ariana Grande and Idina Menzel Drop Scooter Braun as Manager

The three singers are the latest to split from their music manager after several years together.

Ariana Grande, Demi Lovato, Idina Menzel, and Scooter Braun pose for photos
Ariana Grande, Demi Lovato, and Idina Menzel find themselves looking for new management after parting ways with Scooter Braun (Photo Courtesy: Ariana Grande on IG/Demi Lovato on IG/Idina Menzel on IG/Scooter Braun on IG)

Demi Lovato, Ariana Grande and Idina Menzel are looking toward a future without their manager, Scooter Braun.

The “Skyscraper” singer is currently searching for new management, though she’s grateful for her time with Braun. A source close to the situation says the split was amicable and mutual. Billboard reports that Lovato is in conversations with potential new candidates. She signed with Braun in 2019.

Regarding Grande, she parted ways with Braun after a decade of being signed with him. The duo began working together on her first album, “Yours Truly,” which has its 10 year anniversary coming up next week.

A source close to Idina Menzel told The Hollywood Reporter that she's parted ways with the talent manager in January. This follows her signing with Braun in 2019.

The news of Lovato, Grande and Menzel splitting from Braun follows a report from Puck that claimed Justin Bieber also split from Braun. Though, representatives from both Bieber and Braun denied the rumors of a split.

Not only did Grande and Lovato walk away from Braun, J Balvin parted ways with SB Projects in May after signing in 2019. Balvin has been signed to Roc Nation since the split from Braun.

The talent manager hilariously poked fun at the situation with a tweet that read, "Breaking news... I'm no longer managing myself."

The music manager made headlines for his dispute with Taylor Swift over the rights to the master recordings of her first six albums. Braun’s Ithaca Holdings acquired the masters in 2019 and later sold them to a private equity company Shamrock Holdings.

This led to Swift re-recording her first six albums for herself, with “1989 (Taylor’s Version) slated for a October 27 release.

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