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Have You Ever Wondered What Happened To Aaron Carter?

Who remembers Aaron Carter? He is the younger brother of Backstreet Boy Nick Carter but he did everything he could to make a name for himself. He started his career at the young age of ten as the opening act for his big brother's band and his debut single "Crush on You" and did fairly well.

His second album "Aaron's Party (Come Get It)" sold over three million copies with popular singles "I Want Candy" "Aaron's Party (Come Get It)" and "That's How I Beat Shaq". He also famously dated Hilary Duff and thinks of her as "the love of his life" and tweeted that he will "spend the rest of [his] life trying to better [himself] to get back to her."

He might seem like one of those stars who were left back in the 90s and early 2000s, but Aaron Carter is still performing. His newest song is called "Sooner or Later" and he was just performing in Vegas!

The crowd was actually pretty big and enjoyed the show but it's a bit crazy to see what he looks like now!

What do you think, have you heard his new song? Can you believe this is the same person?

Just in case you haven't heard the song, here it is!

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