Mariah Carey Signs With UTA

Mariah Carey Signs With UTA
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Mariah Carey has signed with UTA for representation.

Carey will be represented by a team of agents devoted to her interests in music, touring, film, television, digital, licensing and endorsements, among others. She was previously with CAA.

Carey is one of the top-selling music artists of all time, having moved more than 200 million albums worldwide throughout her career. From her debut single “Vision of Love” to 2008’s “Touch My Body,” Carey boasts 18 No. 1 singles in the U.S., more than any other solo artist in history. The multi-Grammy winning Carey has also won 21 World Music Awards, 20 American Music Awards and 42 Billboard Music Awards.

In May of this year, Carey opened her Las Vegas residency, “#1 to Infinity,” at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace, which has attracted a global audience and will continue into February 2016 and beyond.

She will direct a movie for Hallmark this fall, and she returns to New York City for the second installment of her Christmas concert in December.

Carey continues to be managed by Stella Bulochnikov of Wikked TV in all areas.

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  1. fatalreview says:

    another publicist?? she has them running for the hills-and not selling squat since Tommy and Sony stopped their marketing of her in the 90’s-she is a total schelprock with a horrid attitude at this point-thats why all the labels and handlers are bailing out

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