Demi Lovato’s new documentary series on YouTube, “Dancing with the Devil”, revealed how Scooter Braun managed her. Braun stated in the March 30 episode that he didn’t really want to say no to Lovato after his 2018 overdose. However, he changed his mind. Braun shared that he decided to take Lovato as a customer.
Demi Lovato discusses how her previous management treated her
In previous episodes of the series, Lovato shared that his previous management had contributed negatively to his mental health. She Discussed how to work with a dietitian, a trainer and others. Lovato said they were monitoring his food intake and production of exercise.
Due to Lovato’s prior mental health struggles, he said the ban was too much for him. While he did not blame his old management for his overdose, he sought out the new management after undergoing treatment.
And Lovato allegedly had one person in mind.
Scooter Bron was going to tell Demi Lovato ‘no’ for the first time
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Bron shared the story of him and Lovato together for his music career. He Claimed that Lovato only wanted to meet him in relation to the new management.
“I wanted to make sure with all things that he would pass through my honor,” expressed Bron. “But my intention was to tell him, ‘No.’ I was feeling overwhelmed at that time. “
The manager planned how to let Lovato down lightly.
He commented in the documentary that it was our plan to not only say how we were going to say no, but who we were going to recommend.
However, Braun began to change his mind.
Scooter Braun ended up managing Demi Lovato for 1 reason.
While Braun was not going to manage Lovato, his conversation with Lovato forced him to think differently.
“Once he started talking and poured out his heart and soul, we realized that we absolutely needed to manage him,” he said.
Bron continued by saying what he thought Lovato needed in that situation – not a manager, but a friend.
“She Braun expressed that someone knew what he had to do, but he didn’t even have to work.
Braun’s clients include big musicians such as Ariana Grande, Justin Bieber and Quavo. The manager was able to take Lovato as a customer and add him to his roster. Braun is already likely to ease any pressure that many other customers may have had Lovato felt to jump back into the performance.
And after Lovato joined Braun’s team, he stepped in as host The Ellen DeGeneres Show And interviewed Bieber. Lovato shared on the show that Bieber’s journey and his struggles topped him inspired him.
You can watch the first three episodes of “Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil” on YouTube.