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Scooter Braun, Demi Lovato's manager, and the singer have ended their partnership.
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The 'Sorry Not Sorry' singer, 31, and the talent manager, 42, who also represents Justin Bieber, have broken up, a source said on Monday.
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WISHING ONE OF THE KINDEST SOULS OUT THERE A HAPPY BIRTHDAY. A happy birthday to @DDLOVATO. Braun sent a message on an Instagram Story. He included a picture of the 'Cool for the Summer' singer grinning and getting dressed while covered in a bright blanket.
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Bieber, Ariana Grande, Tori Kelly, Ashley Graham, and Dan + Shay are a few of Braun's A-list clients.
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Approximately one year after Lovato's almost-deadly overdose in 2018, the two became friends. For me, dreams came true. I now have a NEW MANAGER, officially. And not just any manager, but Scooter Braun himself. Thanks for your support and joining me on this new adventure, Lovato wrote on Instagram in 2019.
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In her docuseries Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil, which included an interview with Braun, who said he wasn't set on working with her in 2021, the Disney Channel alum spoke out about the overdose.
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Lovato said in July that she would release REVAMPED to explore her 'passion for rock music.' Sept. 15 will see the debut of the new album.
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To honor the songs that connected with fans the most and significantly impacted my career, I decided to give them an exciting new life with REVAMPED, said Lovato in a statement.
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