Stella Bulochnikov became a superstar to gossip connoisseurs when she toured the globe with Mariah Carey, leaving a worldwide whirl of drama behind them — and then endured a vicious public battle with the diva as their relationship collapsed.
Bulochnikov seemed to go into hiding after the war, but now Page Six has learned that she’s ready to step from the shadows.
We’re told Bulochnikov — who had a career as a TV producer before taking charge of Carey’s music career — is producing a show about, appropriately enough, “helping women in crisis get their lives back on track.”
The women in question, however, are not recovering from a run-in with the singer of “All I Want for Christmas Is You,” but rebuilding after life-altering events caused by the pandemic.
She’s working on it with “Basketball Wives” creator Shaunie O’Neal.
Bulochnikov started managing Carey in 2015, and set up her first international tour in over a decade, a Vegas residency, a deal for Carey’s blockbuster memoir, a US tour with Lionel Richie and made several business deals — not to mention her controversial reality show, “Mariah’s World.”
But Carey fired her in 2017, leading to a tangle of nasty lawsuits between the pair and various staffers.