This is so awful!
Aaron Carter is back, y'all!
The troubled singer is looking and sounding better than ever with his brand new track Sooner Or Later!
The romantic song is part of Aaron's upcoming EP LOVE, appropriately dropping on February 10 — just in time for Valentine's Day!
LOVE goes on pre-sale tomorrow, January 20, with Sooner Or Later as an instant bonus! So what are you waiting for??
Ch-ch-check out the premiere of Sooner Or Later (above)!
Not every musician is too proud to play for Donald Trump!
After the golden politician had trouble getting A-list talent to sing at his Friday inauguration, it was looking like the only performance of the ceremony would be Trump pretending to seem presidential.
Now descending to the depths of obscure R&B singers and oh-yeah-I-forgot-about-them rock bands, Trump has seemingly found loyal musicians who are very excited to perform… not for him, of course — but for the country!
Both 3 Doors Down and Chrisette Michele have gotten heat after signing on for the orange troll's swear-in ceremony, but the band and singer want you to know they aren't doing it for incoming POTUS.
Leaving rehearsal at the Lincoln Memorial on Wednesday night, frontman Brad Arnold kept a sunny disposition on the performance, telling TMZ that playing the gig was "all about America." The Kryptonite singer explained:
Why so sad? Oh right. Because Obama's successor is already showing what an unaware buffoon he is.
Did you see that embarrassing interview on Fox & Friends?? Just let Colbert break it down for you (below)!
Let. Them. Know, Amber Rose!!
Unsurprisingly, the Internet went rampant accusing the TV personality of being insensitive, going as far as to call her out for being a "fake" activist.
Being true to the Amber Rose we all know and love, the self-proclaimed bad bitch sounded off on anyone questioning her intentions and set the record straight about what went down.
Taking to Insta, the talk show host penned alongside screenshots of hateful comments from her trolls:
A five-year age difference!
It may not seem like a lot, but when your potential love interest is underage it definitely is!
Yet Nicola Peltz and Anwar Hadid seemed unperturbed by their age gap when spotted holding hands in Beverly Hills Wednesday.
On Thursday, the outgoing Commander in Chief penned a touching goodbye letter to his fellow Americans, thanking the citizens for making him "a better President" and "a better man."
After noting he would continue the "long-standing tradition" of leaving his successor some parting advice, Obama highlighted some of the things he learned from the people over the past 8 years.
The affable politician concluded his letter with some calming fatherly words (and some subtle shade, perhaps?), declaring America is "not the project of any one person." Yup, that's some presidential shade right there.
Man, we're gonna miss this guy. Read Obama's full goodbye letter (below)!