Ariana Grande has parted ways with manager Scooter Braun, according to reports.

On Monday night, Puck News reporter Matthew Belloni claimed on social media that the Break Free singer had fired Scooter as her manager, following Demi Lovato. 

Close sources confirmed the claim to Billboard.

Ariana signed with Scooter and SB Projects ten years before her 2013 debut album Yours Truly.

She has since released five additional albums, including 2020's Positions, and will star in Wicked.

The announcement came hours after Demi was believed to have departed Scooter, her 2019 contract.Puck News reported on Friday that Justin Bieber

with the music entrepreneur, who found him on YouTube as a teenager. However, this report was quickly denied.

"Justin and Scooter work together. Justin is not attending management meetings, insiders told Entertainment Tonight.

Ariana, Demi, and Justin have not discussed their working connection with Scooter.

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