After the Spotify snub, the CEO of a famous Hollywood talent agency called Meghan Markle. The CEO of the United Talent Agency has brutally criticized the Duchess of Sussex as having no talent after the audio streaming giant terminated Prince Harry and his wife Meghan.
The former ‘Suits’ actress was targeted by Jeremy Zimmer when her and her husband’s $20 million-plus Spotify deal was canceled because it was said they couldn’t reach expected listener numbers.
Jeremy told Semafor at the Cannes Lions 2023 ad festival last week that “it turns out Meghan Markle wasn’t a great audio talent or necessarily any kind of talent.” Major celebrities Zimmer has represented throughout her career include Mariah Carey, DJ Khaled, Chelsea Handler, Bryan Cranston, and Kevin Hart. Zimmer co-founded UTA in 1991. He also poked fun at Meghan, saying that just because you’re famous doesn’t make you good at something.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s lucrative deal with the streamer recently ended, prompting the Hollywood entertainment leader to make his comments.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s $20 million multi-year deal to produce podcasts with the streaming service came to an end after Harry and Meghan produced just 12 episodes, prompting the head of podcast innovation and monetization in Spotify to call them “scammers”.
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