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Mariah Carey Confirms New Management, Publicist

A day after Mariah Carey and longtime publicist Cindi Berger parted ways, the singer is bouncing back with a vengeance with new PR, and her fifth managers since 2013 are TV producers Brian Sher and…

A day after Mariah Carey and new deal with Epic, to accompany her Vegas show. She also has a Christmas movie on the horizon, according to Deadline.Among other chart feats, Carey holds the record for total time spent at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, 79 weeks total, and also holds the record for longest-running Hot 100 No. 1 single (for 1995’s “One Sweet Day” with Boyz II Men, 16 weeks at No. 1), although she hasn’t had a Top 10 single since 2009’s “Obsessed.”

Carey had three management teams in 2013 alone, beginning with a Randy Jackson/Irving Azoff partnership, then Bruce Eskowitz of Red Light Management and then Jermaine Dupri, who produced some of her biggest hits including “We Belong Together.” Dupri gradually gave way to Kevin Liles, who semi-officially took the reins in August of 2014 but recently dropped out.