Sara Bareilles Allegedly Fires Manager After Public Fight with The Osbournes

Sara Bareilles has reportedly fired her manager Jordan Feldstein, but it’s not because she didn’t take home any Grammy awards on Sunday!

According to a report from E! Online, the “Brave” singer opted to can Feldstein (who happens to be Jonah Hill’s brother) after he allegedly took part in causing a scene at a pre-Grammy gala, which was hosted by Clive Davis and The Recording Academy at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.

E! Online states that Feldstein supposedly has a long-running feud with the Osbourne family, and was seen having a heated exchanged with Kelly Osbourne at his table during the gala dinner. After Kelly left, Sharon Osbourne apparently marched up to the table and continued to argue with Feldstein, which culminated in The Talk host allegedly dumping the music manager’s food on his lap and throwing a glass of water at him.

Now, The Hollywood Reporter claims to have the official word that Bareilles, who was nominated for two Grammys that evening and performed with Carole King, told Feldstein on Monday that she wished to part ways. Feldstein, who also represents Maroon 5 and Robin Thicke, has yet to comment on the situation.

Similarly, an official statement hasn’t been made from Bareilles or her reps.

To see a photo of the alleged Feldstein/Osbourne debacle, head to the, and be sure to share your thoughts in the comments section!


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