The fall out from the Spice Girls’ split from their manager Simon
Fuller has resulted in the end of their relationship with Life PR
partner Julian Henry.
Henry, who went part-time at Life PR in August to focus on his work with
the pop group, told PR Week that his friendship and association with
Fuller stretched back to before he was handling the Spice Girls’ PR
activities, and that his loyalty to Fuller was solid.
’I’ve known Simon for eight years and worked with him for Annie Lennox
when she went solo,’ said Henry, adding that he and Fuller had other
projects and would continue to work together.
Henry travelled to Turkey with the Spice Girls last month, where they
performed their first live concert. He also accompanied the girls when
they launched their new album in South Africa, where they met president
Nelson Mandela. Henry has been working one day a week at Life PR, where
he focuses on entertainment clients.
Life PR continues to provide support for the Spice Girls’ record company
Virgin, working on the group’s film Spiceworld: The Movie , due to be
released on Boxing Day, and the upcoming world tour.
Fuller’s company, 19 Management, includes Liverpool footballer Steve
McManaman among its clients.