All Aaron Carter wants for Christmas is Hilary Duff. Earlier this year he posted a series of not-so-subtle tweets mourning the loss of their relationship, which has been over for more than a decade. Duff commented that she was a smidge uncomfortable about the whole thing, but that hasn’t stopped him from continuing to pine for her via social media. We’re all for fairy tale endings, but these latest tweets make us want to put our arm around his shoulder and tell him, “It’s over, man. Let it go.”
Labor Day is around the corner, which means it’s time to get your BBQ blazin’ and time to put your white pants in the back of your closet. Yeah, don’t front. Y’all know Labor Day marks this fashion faux pas and the end of summer. Let’s celebrate the impending day off of work by watching music videos that give the last few days of summer some lovin’. Vote now and tell us whether Aaron Carter‘s “Summertime” or New Kids On The Block‘s “Summertime” makes you want to drop your finger lickin’ ribs and cheer. Read more…
It may have happened nearly 12 years ago, but we haven’t forgotten the time when little Aaron Carterpublicly shamed NBA superstar Shaquille O’Neal on his debut album, Aaron’s Party (Come Get It). Specifically, Shaq’s ability to ball, a skill which likely signed his checks and fed his family for 19 years (that, and his biting freestyle rhymes).
I guess Aaron Carter‘s parents are out of town (again!) because he’s acting up on Twitter. Just kidding, that’s the premise from his 2000 hit “Aaron’s Party (Come Get It)“. It’s 2012, Aaron’s now 24 years old and he doesn’t need permission to have a rager. He does, however, need to be careful who he accuses of music video theft. He recently went on Twitter to call out Justin Bieber’s new music video “Beauty and the Beat” (that Biebs himself wrote, produced and directed) for reminding him of the one for his 12 year old hit. Meanwhile, that song is only six years older than Bieber himself.
Justin Biebers new video reminds me of my video “Aaron’s Party”