Mariah Carey Returns To CAA After A Four-Year Run With United Talent Agency

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Mariah Carey performs on stage at the New Year

Mariah Carey is returning to Creative Artists Agency for representation in all areas, just four years after jumping from CAA to United Talent Agency, where she had been represented by David Zedeck, the firm’s global head of music.

The five-time Grammy Award-winner most recently performed at the Festival d’ete de Quebec and wrapped a European leg of her “Caution World Tour” June 13 at Amsterdam’s Ziggo Dome. She’s currently taking a break before embarking on another Las Vegas residency at The Colosseum at Caesar’s Palace starting Nov. 22.

In the last three years, Carey has averaged 6,761 tickets sold per show for an average gross of $745,201 as reported to Pollstar Boxoffice.

Carey has recorded some of the best-selling albums of all time including Music Box, which has sold more than 28 million units and Daydream, which has moved more than 20 million. All told, Cary has sold in excess of 200 million records over the course of her career.

In addition, Carey is the diva behind the hit holiday single “All I Want For Christmas Is You.”

She’s picked up her share of hardware for efforts, too: five Grammy Awards, 19 World Music Awards, and 10 American Music Awards among many others.

She is managed by Melissa Ruderman at Roc Nation.