He's grown now.
Aaron Carter is getting ready to make his return to music with a brand new EP next month, so he's been busy making his media rounds while simultaneously interacting with fans.
We already showed you how he had the slightest meltdown earlier in the week when someone asked him to perform I Want Candy at a concert in Virginia — and now we know why.
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Thanks to a clip from Oprah's Where Are They Now? series, it turns out that the 28-year-old actually dislikes his old music and thinks his career as a child star was "a joke."
"I don't think I had a voice. I think I was terrible but [producers] did it as a joke and then I just wanted to get good."
Aaron, we hate to tell you, but Aaron's Party (Come Get It) may be the best song in recorded history.
Make sure to check out his return to music when the seven-song EP The Music Never Stopped drops February 24!
Ch-ch-check out Aaron's rather blunt look at his former self (below)!!!
[Image via OWN.]
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