Aaron Carter, the 28-year-old younger brother of Backstreet Boys’ Nick Carter, followed up his month of binge-following gay social influencers and media outlets on Twitter by hanging out with one of his most famous queer superfans: Chris Crocker.
The two appear to be “Aaron found his candy,” Crocker captioned one of the photos—a nod to Carter’s seventh studio single, “I Want Candy,” released in 2000.
Unfortunately, this is the real world we're living in, and announcing that you're still in love with your ex 11 years after your split is more creepy than adorable.
The 41-year-old Spice Girls singer said in an interview with Entertainment Weekly that she's enjoyed reconnecting with the 37-year-old Backstreet Boys member on the new ABC series. I love reminiscing about old times." Bunton, Carter and Timbaland will serve as judges on , a new reality competition hosted by Rita Ora. Bunton and Carter became friends during the Spice Girls and Backstreet Boys' fame in the 1990s.
"It's obviously been many years, but we've been chatting about the old days and how we used to hang out. #Boy Band @Boy Band ABC," Bunton tweeted to her 1.2 million followers.
The Backstreet Boy made his debut during its Season 21 premiere on Monday, Sept. PHOTOS: Biggest boy bands of all time The ABC dancing competition saved the best for last when Carter, 35, and his pro dance partner, Sharna Burgess, kicked up their heels to Flo Rida's "I Don't Like It, I Love It" for a cha-cha routine.
They scored a 24 out of 30 from the judges, and got one of the biggest ovations of the night.