Demi Lovato has parted ways with talent manager Scooter Braun, with whom she signed in 2019.
Billboard reports that Lovato is looking for new management after splitting with Braun last month. Representatives for the singer and Braun did not immediately respond The Hollywood Reporterrequests for comment.
Braun’s SB Projects manages Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, Ozuna, Dan + Shay, David Guetta, Black Eyed Peas, Ava Max, and Carly Rae Jepsen, among others. The news comes days after Puck News reported that Bieber had left Braun; shortly after the story broke, Braun’s team said the report was false.
J Balvin parted ways with Braun in May after signing with the manager in 2019.
Under Braun’s leadership, Lovato released 2021s Dancing with the devil… the art of starting over and that of 2022 Holy Fck. Both albums struggled to launch a hit on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. She was formerly managed by Phil McIntyre of PhilyMack.
Lovato will be released on September 15 Renewed, featuring 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 was also up for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance in 2019 for her guest appearance in Christina Aguilera’s “Fall In Line.”
Lovato was a child actress in the TV series Barney and friends and had her breakthrough as a teen star in the Disney Channel movie Camp Rock and the network string Sonny with a chance. She also worked as a judge on The X Factor.
The artist entered rehab in 2010 after struggling with an eating disorder, self-mutilation and other issues, and has spoken openly about her struggles with drugs and alcohol over the years.