People say we’re in a golden age of television. But there are few narratives out there on the airwaves today that can reach the heights of drama that can be found on Aaron Carter’s Twitter timeline. Yesterday’s installment of The Aaron Carter Show was particularly riveting: there was intrigue, blood, broken glass, and a cry for help. It’s not HBO, It’s Aaron Carter’s social media.
Aaron Carter must have an Entertainment Tonight hotline phone installed in his bathroom which he uses every time he takes a shit (always while listening to John Tesh’s seminal album Sax On The Beach) because they’ve got another hot exclusive straight from the horse’s mouth.
Nick Carter and Aaron Carter. It was a much simpler time. A time before Aaron was accusing Nick of capitalizing on Aaron’s DUI arrest in Georgia last month for a little social media publicity, and Nick’s wife was all “Um, he’d call you if you gave him your phone number.” I’m sure this won’t come as a shock, but things still aren’t great between the Carter boys.
Poor Chloe Grace Moretz can’t catch a break. She gets fat-shamed by some twentysomething d-bag on set when she was only 15, and now Aaron Carter is using rerun pick-up moves to get her to go to Olive Garden with him. Chloe was too young for the West Side Story battle of the 90s: Backstreet Boys v. N’Sync. But girlfriend was around for “Aaron’s Party,” and apparently she really wanted to be that honey over there: per the Hollywood Reporter: Continue reading
I routinely have to shimmy past a few, uh, incapacitated individuals on my stoop before I can get inside each night and pass out on the couch watching reruns of Designing Women (ain’t Boston glam?!). Photos of Aaron Carter surfaced after a DUI arrest at an AutoZone in Cornelia, GA on Saturday, and, well, let’s just say that looked like a face that had hung around “Aaron’s Party” too long with my neighbors on the stoop.